Audi Care and Audi Care Select
Save up to 37% on prepaid scheduled maintenance
Term Care Select
Get coverage for virtually any mechanical failure
Audi maintenance schedules
Download the maintenance schedule for your Audi to help ensure essential services are performed on time. If you require a maintenance schedule prior to MY 2004, please contact your local authorized Audi Dealer or the Audi Customer Experience Center.
Fuel requirements for your Audi
Make sure your Audi gets the right fluids at the right times, including AdBlue®, the essential clean diesel additive for TDI® clean diesel engines.
Tire pressure monitoring system
(TPMS) is designed to help detect underinflated tires. Properly inflated tires help deliver the best fuel economy, performance and ride comfort.
Frequently asked questions
If the customer purchases the plan at the time of vehicle purchase, they may have the option to roll the cost of the plan into their vehicle financing.
If they don't roll the cost into their vehicle financing, customers must pay the full amount when they purchase the Audi Care plan.
No. The Audi Care new vehicle scheduled maintenance plan cannot be cancelled and is non-refundable.* No refunds will be given if the lease is terminated early or if the lease term is less than the coverage period.
See your Audi dealer or vehicle maintenance booklet for details.
*Applicable in all states except California. By California state law, customers must submit their refund request in writing, including their name, address, VIN# and dealer name to:
Audi Customer Experience Audi Care Plan
3800 Hamlin Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
For information related to the "Passenger Side Airbag Off", please review the Owner's Manual for your vehicle.*
*Airbags are supplemental restraints only and will not deploy under all crash circumstances. Always use safety belts and seat children only in the rear, using restraint systems appropriate for their size and age.
Tire pressure can be impacted by temperature changes and inclement weather; therefore, the tire pressure monitoring system results could also be affected.
(Please review your Owner's Manual for instructions on checking your vehicle's tire pressure and for more information on your vehicle's TPMS.)
The tire pressure indicator in the instrument cluster helps inform you if the tire pressure is too low, if there is a system malfunction, or the TPMS was not reset correctly. If the pressure decreases in one or more tires, this is indicated in the instrument cluster with an indicator light.
(Please review your Owner's Manual for instructions on checking your vehicle's tire pressure or for more information on the TPMS indicator lights.)
Please review your Owner's Manual for information on the Diesel Particulate Filter and the related indicator lights.
Audi vehicles equipped with TDI® clean diesel technology utilize a glow plug system to assist starting the vehicle in cold weather. The indicator light will illuminate when the glow plug system is active.
(Please review your Owner's Manual for more information on your vehicle's glow plug system and its related indicator lights.)
Audi customer support
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