Audi A6 owners have reported 15 problems related to fuel pump (under the gasoline fuel system category).
On December 18, 2011 I was driving down the road and my vehicle stalled. I had my car towed to the local Audi dealer and was told that it needed a new fuel pump. I conducted an internet search and discovered that my Audi had been part of a recall and I asked the local dealer if the recall repair had ever been conducted, they told me that my vehicle was not part of a recall. They told me that only Audi a-4's were part of the recall. However, the NHTSA website shows a letter dated July 23, 2007 sent from Volkswagen of America, inc. (parent company of Audi of America, inc. ) to mr daniel smith of NHTSA notifying NHTSA that vw of America is recalling and replacing fuel pumps on vw passatâ€™s, Audi a-4â€™s and Audi a-6â€™s, additionally, the letter listed a range of vinâ€™s for effected Audi A6â€™s that included my VIN. In the aforementioned letter, vw of America told NHTSA that â€œany subject vehicle that is presented for service to an authorized Volkswagen/Audi dealer will be repaired free of charge. Â€� could someone please assist me in causing vw of America to do what they told NHTSA they were going to do? vw of America never notified me of the safety issue or of the recall, and when I presented this information to the dealer they still refused to pay for the repair. Audi endangered me and likely other consumers by never informing us of the recall and
I have been forced to pay over $500 to repair a part that was part of a recall and would be repaired free of charge. Could you please assist me in collecting my funds from Audi? additionally, I believe they should be subject to significant penalties and fines for deceiving NHTSA.
See all problems of the 2003 Audi A6.
The contact owns a 2003 Audi A6. The contact was driving 55 mph when the vehicle started to shudder decelerated abnormally. The vehicle was towed to the dealer who advised the contact that the fuel pump failed and needed to be replaced. The contact referenced NHTSA campaign id number: 07v375000 (fuel system, gasoline: delivery: fuel pump) but was advised by the dealer that the VIN was not included in the recall. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 109,000.
2004 Audi A6 sedan, 3. 0 engine developed a sudden loss of power just before vehicle stalled while driving on highway at 65 mph. Vehicle was towed to repair shop where it was determined that the fuel pump had failed.
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Car's engine stopped while at a red light. Would not start after failure. Ultimately, cause was determined to be a failed fuel pump. I saw that there was a recall on the fuel pump for 2003 A6 models including 3l vehicles, but not for 2004 models. ].
The contact owns a 2002 Audi A6. The contact stated that the vehicle would hesitate when the accelerator was depressed. The vehicle would drive extremely sluggish until the vehicle would reach a speed of 20 mph. The vehicle was inspected by a mechanic that advised the contact that the fuel pump was failing. The vehicle was neither inspected nor repaired for the failure. The failure mileage was 88,000 and the current mileage was 92,538.
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My 2003 Audi A6 quattro sputtered, choked and died as I tried to pull into traffic. The vehicle did restart and then did the same thing as I tried to pull out onto another road, and completely failed. Vehicle had to pushed out of traffic and to the side of the road with assistance, then towed to nearby garage. Diagnosed that fuel pump was cause of failure. Mechanic said they could tap on the fuel pump to get it to run, which confirmed that it was the cause of failure. I was also advised by the garage that my vehicle had been subject of fuel pump recalls, although Audi denied that my vehicle fell under that particular recall. Very dangerous situation as I failed twice as I was entering traffic. In my opinion, fuel pumps should not fail by 66,000 miles.
Fuel pump failure & vehicle totally & immediately disabled.
When filling the gas tank in my 99 Audi A6 quattro pressure builds inside the tank and sprays back at me. This has happened each time I put gas in it full or not. A recall was made but, not for my VIN. I spoke with a Audi rep. And a dealership and they said there's nothing that can be done unless I pay for it. I would but, there is already a recall made for that car just not that VIN. It's a hazard and I've had other problems that I paid for. Please let me know if anything can be done. Thank you for your time!.
See all problems of the 1999 Audi A6.
My 2003 A6 Audi quattro "died" while in rush hour traffic on an interstate hway. It was determined that this was due to fuel pump failure. VIN # not part of recent fuel pump recall by manufacturer.
: the contact stated while driving 15 mph in normal conditions, the fuel pump fractured and the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was pulled to the emergency lane and towed to the local dealership for repairs. Updated 03/09/06.
Consumer has been having problems with fuel sending unit and fuel gauge. It shows tank is full when there is no fuel in tank. But dealer doesn't have the parts to repair the problem, they are currently on backorder.
Gas level indicated 1/4 tank when engine stalled. Fuel sender is defective. Audi has no replacement.
Recall 00v137000. Consumer has been in constant contact with dealer and manufacturer about recall, and parts were not available.
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O-ring seal of fuel pump has popped off, causing fuel spillage. Consumer drove vehicle for 3 miles and parked vehicle, and within that time frame the vehicle lost 5-6 gallons of fuel . Fire department were called to the scene and stated the amount of spillage was a serious fire hazard.
Due to a defective fuel sending unit , fuel gauge was indictating about 1/3 of fuel in tank. But apparently there wasn't any fuel,causing vehicle to stall. Sending unit has been on back order since July 1999.
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|Fuel Pump problems||
|Gasoline Fuel System problems||
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|Fuel Hoses Lines/piping And Fittings problems||
|Fuel Injection problems||
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