Last post on Jul 11, 2011 at 11:32 AM
You are in the Audi A6
What is this discussion about?
Audi A6, Wagon
#297 of 301 1999 Audi A6 Avant Quattro Wagon
Mar 08, 2008 (10:39 am)
Help, is anyone out there? I just brought a 1999 Audi A6 Wagon on 3-3-08. I'm wondering is it going to give me trouble. Is it a good car or because of the year and mileage, is it worth my while. It has 102,000 miles on it. I have been feeling unsure since I brought it, I don't know but something just doesn't feel right. Please help me.
#298 of 301 Re: 1999 Audi A6 Avant Quattro Wagon [kenyat1]
Mar 09, 2008 (4:55 am)
What engine did you get? If it is the 2.7T, you are probably in for engine trouble. Regardless of the engine you are probably in for suspension problems with that mileage.
#299 of 301 I'm buying an out of state car and shipping to CA!
Jan 23, 2010 (11:17 am)
I 'm thinking of relocating an A6 to CA from Mass., will I have smog issues bringing it here?
Jan 28, 2010 (5:48 pm)
I own a 2006 Audi Avant A6 with 62500 miles. At 44,000 miles I had difficulty with the MMI system. The dealership made a repair. Now I'm having a similar problem and dealership is telling me there is a short in the system requiring replacement part with repair costing $1500. Although all of the service has been done at the same dealership in KCMO, they will not warranty the part or any of the service. I am interested in knowing if this is a common problem or my situation is unique. Also if there any suggestions of contacting Audi of North America or other helpful services. Thanks for any assistance. hearthawk
#301 of 301 Re: Audi MMI [hearthawk]
Jul 11, 2011 (11:32 am)
I also own a 2006 Audi Avant A6. Something drained my battery back in December and it locked my key in the ignition. I was able to charge enough to get it started but my MMI went blank. The dealer replaced a $1,500 Boze module, and a module for a tail light which I was not having any trouble with. When I picked it up I noticed the radio did not work anymore. Took it back and they said the radio had a short in it and that it needed to be replaced. I decided not to replace the radio as I really was not using it, but a couple of weeks ago after not driving it for a few days, the battery was dead once again. I'm beginning to wonder if the radio short may have drained the battery or if something may have spilled in the console causing a short in circuit. Does any of this sound familiar to your situation? Was Audi of NA able to be of any help?