Some common problems that owners of the Audi A6 may experience include the failure of the digital display instrument panel and a faulty torque converter, according to RepairPal.com. Other common issues that may appear in an Audi A6 include premature wear in the suspension, and drain clogging, which causes rain to gather on the plenum tray.
The most common problem that owners of an Audi A6 report to RepairPal.com is the failure of the digital display on the instrument panel. When this begins to fail, the technician must replace the entire panel. This condition typically occurs when the car has accumulated between 90,000 and 100,000 miles, and some of the most common model years include 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2012.
Another common problem that Audi A6 owners report is the suspension prematurely wearing. In this case, the suspension may become noisy, and the issue may become difficult to diagnose. In addition to the noise, suspension parts that become worn may cause the tires to wear unevenly or cause issues with the steering alignment. This issue appears, on average, at about 55,000 miles and is most common in model years including 2007, 2009 and 2012.
If experiencing these issues, the website features a search feature which allows Audi A6 owners to locate a repair shop.