Like most luxury vehicles, your Audi is equipped with multiple onboard computer systems that have the task of maintaining the proper function (and comfort) of your vehicle. There are computer systems for fuel delivery & emission control, automatic transmission operation, anti-lock brakes, airbag systems, and more. Additionally, the Audi is equipped with an MMI® (Multi-Media Interface) which controls audio systems, Bluetooth connectivity, and navigation systems.
The Audi engine and transmission computer systems utilize sensors that provide feedback to the respective control units so they can make ongoing adjustments to maintain optimal engine performance and transmission operation. Failure of sensors, related wiring, or the control unit itself could cause an engine or transmission malfunction, and will often set a trouble code to point our technicians in the right direction in the diagnostic process. Mechanical systems can also fail, triggering a sensor to send a trouble code to the engine control unit (ECU) or transmission control unit (TCU).
Kneble’s Auto Service Center is equipped with specialized diagnostic equipment for the diagnosis and repair of your Audi, as well as other luxury vehicles. As a result, our team is able to perform Audi diagnostic service and repair without having to send customers to the dealership.
Using state of the art Audi diagnostic tools, we can troubleshoot and/or program the following:
- Trouble Codes
- On-Board Diagnostics (OBD)
- Emission Control Systems
- Transmission Control Units (and related sensors)
- Engine Control Units (and related sensors)
- Antilock Brake Systems (ABS)
- Airbag Control Modules (and related sensors)
- The Audi MMI® (Multi-Media Interface) System
Once a problem is diagnosed, we have certified technicians who can handle the repair of your vehicle.
Ready to Make An Appointment For Your Audi Diagnostic Service?
At Kneble’s Auto Service Center we always want to make the process of getting your car serviced as convenient as possible. To ensure that we can get your car serviced in a timely manner, we ask that you make an appointment.
We are able to accommodate those who desire to wait for their Audi Diagnostic Service as we feature a comfortable waiting area complete with TV, complimentary refreshments, a library, desk, and a charging station. And yes, we even have free Wi-Fi!
If you need service and have not made an appointment you can always feel free to call us at (609) 625-3286 to get on the schedule.
Please note that we offer a shuttle service within a 10-mile radius of the shop (Atlantic City, Longport, Brigantine, Pleasantville, and surrounding areas).
Frequently Asked Questions About Audi Diagnostic Service:
Yes, we can use genuine Audi parts. In cases where the quality of the parts is relatively the same and there may be a cost-saving, your service advisor will give you the option to use genuine Audi parts or a like-quality aftermarket component when he or she provides you with an estimate. If you have a preference for using genuine Audi parts, please let your service advisor know when you drop your vehicle off for service.
It is not possible for us to tell what the nature of the Service Engine Light is, so our best recommendation is to bring the vehicle in so that we can do a diagnostic test and determine where the problem is.
Unlike an oil change indicator light, this is letting you know that you need to bring your Audi in for a diagnostic check.