Check Audi Recalls

To know if your Audi is included in any recalls, you can lookup Audi recalls by VIN. Simply, enter your 17 digits VIN into our Audi recall Lookup tool to check for open safety recalls. You can also check recalls by simply entering the year make, model, and trim of the vehicle. 

 

What does an open safety recall mean?

An auto recall is issued when an automaker or National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) determines that vehicle equipment like tires, airbags, etc. fails to meet minimum safety standards. Automakers need to fix the safety-related issues by repairing, replacing, offering a refund, or in few cases repurchasing the vehicle.

 A defect may be noticed in a group of vehicles of the same design or make, or items of equipment of the same type and manufacture and pose a danger to vehicle safety.

Why do you need to do Audi Recall Check?

It is, therefore, necessary to do Audi recall check to ascertain that your Audi doesn’t have a safety open recall. Your safety and that of your loved ones are not to be joked with, therefore be smart enough to perform  Audi recall VIN check.

How to check for any Audi recall?

If your Audi vehicle is currently under recall, you should have been notified by your vehicle’s manufacturer. You haven’t received a notice? Don’t worry. To know if your vehicle is included in any recalls, you can look up recalls in a number of ways. 

- You can find the Audi VIN on the dashboard near the bottom of the windshield at the driver’s side.
- You can also locate the Audi VIN number on the driver’s side door jamb, close to the area where the door connects to the body of the car.
- If you could not find VIN in either of the above locations, you can check it beneath the hood. This is the best way of finding a VIN in case of doubts about tempering. Use a flashlight to locate the VIN on the engine block.
- You can also find VIN on your Audi’s title, registration, or insurance papers.

List of Audi Models involved in Takata Recalls

2006-2013 Audi A3
2005-2008 Audi A4 Avant
2007-2009 Audi A4 Cabriolet
2005-2008 Audi A4 Sedan
2010-2012 Audi A5 Cabriolet
2006-2011 Audi A6 Avant
2005-2011 Audi A6 Sedan
2009-2012 Audi Q5
2017 Audi R8
2008 Audi RS 4 Cabriolet
2007-2008 Audi RS 4 Sedan
2005-2008 Audi S4 Avant
2007-2009 Audi S4 Cabriolet
2005-2008 Audi S4 Sedan
2010-2012 Audi S5 Cabriolet
2007-2011 Audi S6 Sedan
2016-2017 Audi TT

The above list is however subject to change and does not guarantee that any specific vehicle is or is not included in any of the Takata recalls. We encourage vehicle owners to engage NHTSA’s Recalls Lookup Tool to check for any open recall updates with their VIN, including Takata recalls. 

Don’t be fooled anymore (uncover the hidden past now!)

The good-looking Audi car you are considering may not be such a great deal as you think. With our recalls checker tool, you could find out if you will need to spend a huge amount of money on the repair before a safe drive could be guaranteed. So don’t take any risks and uncover every hidden past this car may have with our up-to-date vehicle history report. Stop being the dealers’ fool by using our Audi Recalls Check tool with absolute confidence.

Lookup any Audi Recalls by its model
  • Audi 100
  • Audi 80
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  • Audi A3
  • Audi A3 e-tron
  • Audi A4
  • Audi A4 allroad
  • Audi A5
  • Audi A6
  • Audi A6 allroad
  • Audi A7
  • Audi A7 e
  • Audi A8
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  • Audi allroad
  • Audi Cabriolet
  • Audi e-tron
  • Audi Q3
  • Audi Q5
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  • Audi Q5 hybrid
  • Audi Q7
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  • Audi R8
  • Audi RS 3
  • Audi RS 4
  • Audi RS 5
  • Audi RS 6 Avant
  • Audi RS 7
  • Audi RS Q8
  • Audi RS6
  • Audi S3
  • Audi S4
  • Audi S5
  • Audi S6
  • Audi S7
  • Audi S8
  • Audi SQ5
  • Audi SQ7
  • Audi SQ8
  • Audi TT
  • Audi TT RS
  • Audi TTS