Audi TT Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Audi TT reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

RECALL: More than 10,000 Audi A3, A1 and TT cars have faulty dual-clutch automatic transmissions

RECALL: More than 10,000 Audi A3, A1 and TT cars have faulty dual-clutch automatic transmissions

7 May 2020 · by Justin Hilliard

Audi Australia has recalled 10,373 A3 small cars, A1 light hatches and TT sports cars over a production defect with their seven-speed S Tronic dual-clutch automatic transmissions

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Is the Audi TT front wheel drive, rear wheel drive or AWD?

Answered by CarsGuide 11 Jan 2019

Audi has made TT models in both front wheel drive and all wheel drive in the model's history. Apart from some racing cars there haven't been any rear wheel drive models. The 4 wheel drive models are available with petrol engines, while the diesel models are front wheel drive only.

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How to remove an Audi TT radio?

Answered by CarsGuide 11 Jan 2019

Position four stereo removal tools on the top and bottom corners of the radio, running horizontally rather than vertically. Gently pull outwards on the tools and the radio should slide forward. Release the tools from the locked-in position by depressing the area the tool has locked into, then slide the unit further forward and you can then unplug the radio and the airbag warning light.

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Are Audi TT parts expensive?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Dec 2018

If you only take your Audi to the dealer, you will pay a lot more than going to a good independent Audi or German car specialist. The parts for Audis are generally more expensive than for a garden variety Korean, Australian or Japanese car, but the level of engineering is also arguably much higher on an Audi than those other cars.

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When is the new Audi TT coming out?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Dec 2018

Introduced in 2014 the current, third-generation Audi TT is built on Volkswagen's MQB platform. The previous two generations have run for eight years so there should still be another three years at least before the fourth-generation Audi TT hits the showrooms.

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How to program Audi TT key fob?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Dec 2018

Audi keys are fairly simple. Start by pressing and holding the unlock button on the remote, then hold the unlock button, and insert the key into the ignition. Turn the ignition to the on position while holding the unlock button down for approximately two seconds. They key should now be programmed.

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How to change Audi TT headlight bulb?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Dec 2018

For Mk2 models use the long Torx-bit and screwdrivers found in the toolkit supplied with the car. The main globes are H7 items and to change them start by opening the bonnet, then pop out the plastic trim that sits between the headlight and the grille by gently pulling it forward. Remove the Torx-headed bolt on the radiator support panel, then remove the two Torx-headed bolts fastening the headlight to the car, hidden at each end of the headlight. The headlight unit slides forward and the globes can be changed from underneath the headlight unit.

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Is the Audi TT a good and reliable car?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Dec 2018

Made with high-quality components, and based on sturdy, reliable Volkswagen platforms the Audi TT has been a stylish, chic two-door coupe and roadster for two decades. Sitting in a premium market position above entry level offerings like Mazda's MX-5 they're a quality drive. So long as they're driven sympathetically and serviced on the dot then they should be perfectly reliable.

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How to make a Audi TT faster?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Dec 2018

Turbocharged Audi TTs can be taken to specialist workshops and have the boost pressure in their engines increased, which increases horsepower. Additionally there are a lot of tuning companies selling upgrades for the intake, intercooler, exhaust and fuel systems on these cars. There are also many upgrades for suspension, wheels, tyres, body styling, and more as the Audi TT uses many parts found on other Volkswagen and Audi cars. Always consult an engineering signatory in your home state before modifying your car to avoid making illegal modifications.

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How to make an Audi TT faster?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Dec 2018

Turbocharged Audi TTs can be taken to specialist workshops and have the boost pressure in their engines increased, which increases horsepower.

Additionally there are a lot of tuning companies selling upgrades for the intake, intercooler, exhaust and fuel systems on these cars. There are also many upgrades for suspension, wheels, tyres, body styling, and more as the Audi TT uses many parts found on other Volkswagen and Audi cars. Always consult an engineering signatory in your home state before modifying your car to avoid making illegal modifications.

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