Audi A6 owners have reported 5 problems related to brake disc rotor (under the service brakes category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Audi A6 based on all problems reported for the A6.
The contact owns a 2016 Audi A6. While driving various speeds, the brake pedal was depressed and pulsated. The stopping distance was increased and there were no warning indicators illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed with warped front brake rotors that needed replacement. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified and a complaint was filed. The failure mileage was 17,000.
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Vehicle service brakes pulsate during normal use at all vehicle speeds resulting in uneven braking action and longer stopping distances. During scheduled warranty service, rear brake rotors were found to be warped beyond manufacturer's allowable limits. Dealer stated that repair would not be covered under warranty due to an "outside influence. " written manufacturer's warranties ("Audi advantage" and "Audi warranty") do not exclude brake rotors. Complaint number with Audi of America is 50426113. Request that dealer be directed to make repairs under stated warranties to return brakes to normal, safe operating condition.
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Since I bought my car in 2001, I've had numerous problems with the brakes. Within the first 4 months, my rotors warped. They've warped twice since that time. Also, every 4 months or so, I have to take my car in to have the brakes resurfaced. I've been told that I have to brake aggressively rather than slow to a stop. So, I've tried that. The breaks still warp and need resurfacing more often than they should. I've been told by two mechanics at two different dealerships that this is a known problem with some, but not all, Audi A6 2. 7 turbos and 4. 0's (8 cylinder version). They've said that the technical people know there's a problem, but corporate keeps denying it. The last mechanic said there are some things they can do to try to help the problem, but they're not guaranteed to work. None of the fixes included using thicker or better brakes, which evidently are available at a high cost! some of the tweaks they can do include precision balancing of the tires and making the suspension even tighter than it already is.
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Brakes rusted and warped rotors 5 times in 25000 miles.
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While applying the brake pedal vehicle hesitated to stop completely. Vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection, and mechanic determined that the rotors needed to be replaced, and replaced them twice. However, the problem recurred. . . . . . . The brake problem occurred first at 16,000 miles, occurred again before warranty expired, at 60,000 miles , and then at 75,000 miles. Dealer refused to give any relief, appealed to Audi hom eoffice, and they too refused to d o anything about it. Also, removed and installed windshield wiper blades.
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|Service Brakes problems||
|Brake Antilock Control Unit/module problems||
|Brake Light On problems||
|Abs Brake Fail problems||
|Brake Electric Antilock problems||
|Brake Disc Pads problems||
|Brake Abs Warning Light problems||
|Brake Disc Rotor problems||
|Brakes Failed problems||
|Brake Master Cylinder problems||