Audi Vehicles Recalled Due to Potential Fuel Leak

about 3,500 vehicles are included in the recall

Audi S6 and S7 Vehicles Recalled
Image: Audi
October 28, 2013

Who?

Volkswagen Group of America is recalling 3,594 model year 2013-2014 Audi S6 and S7 vehicles equipped with 4.0L engines.

What's the Problem?

Due to manufacturing tolerance issues, a fuel line may leak fuel.

A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source could cause a fire.

Owners of all recalled vehicles will be notified by Volkswagen, and dealers will replace the fuel line in the affected Audi S6 and S7 vehicles free of charge.

what should i do?

If you are an owner of an affected vehicle and have questions regarding this recall or your vehicle, contact Audi of America toll-free at (800) 822-2834. Volkswagen's campaign ID number for this recall is 20U6/L8.

To check to see if your vehicle is affected by this recall, use the National Highway Traffic Safety Aministration's VIN lookup tool online at safercar.gov.

Check for Recalls For Your Vehicles

Does your vehicle have any open recalls? Just enter your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's online recall look-up tool.

If you are an NCCC member, don't forget to register your vehicles for custom auto recall alerts for instant notification of for instant notification of new recalls.

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