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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-09-2019, 01:06 AM
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Has anyone yet had their car into the dealer for the recall yet?
Mine has been scheduled for Sept 19th.
Hope there will be a software solution for the dimming window camera too.
I've been trying to find TSB's for that to no luck. Hard to come by them.
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Update on my edition 1 recall.
Seal around charging point replaced.
In the process, the whole assembly got twisted and stopped working. So no A/C charger on driver side.
Assembly had to be completely replaced ( this is apparently a known issue).
Car then has to stay dry and not moved for 24 hours.
In addition, Audi UK have asked for the tow points to be checked front and rear, which should be 7 turns to work properly, my front tow point only had 4 turns, so needed replacement which involved removing front bonnet.
Car stayed at dealership for 5 days.
Now all working fine so far.
Software update to stop driver side rear view screen dimming to be released on 7th October.

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post #13 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-28-2019, 01:39 PM
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Update on my edition 1 recall.
Seal around charging point replaced.
In the process, the whole assembly got twisted and stopped working. So no A/C charger on driver side.
Assembly had to be completely replaced ( this is apparently a known issue).
Car then has to stay dry and not moved for 24 hours.
In addition, Audi UK have asked for the tow points to be checked front and rear, which should be 7 turns to work properly, my front tow point only had 4 turns, so needed replacement which involved removing front bonnet.
Car stayed at dealership for 5 days.
Now all working fine so far.
Software update to stop driver side rear view screen dimming to be released on 7th October.
Glad to hear everything is working again on your e-tron! Now hopefully the software update does the rest in October.
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Hi, I have the VM as well. What is that issue exactly?
"Software update to stop driver side rear view screen dimming to be released on 7th October."
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Hi,
The driver side rear view screen suddenly goes very dim, for all practical purposes useless to see anything. Only happens on the driver side, passenger side one remains bright as usual. Loses touchscreen functionality and blind spot warning light too. If you turn off the car and wait 15 minutes, software resets and it returns to normal. Hope the update sorts it out.

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