Audi 2019 e-Tron - Recall Problems

2019 Audi e-Tron Recall

It's not uncommon for manufacturers to have production line problems. However, it can be disappointing when you learn that the vehicle you just purchased or leased has been recalled. Not only can this be an inconvenience, many times, it's also a safety issue that needs to be rectified sooner than later.

If you are the owner of a 2019 Audi e-Tron, your car could be one of 1,646 vehicles name in their latest recall. Read on to learn more about how to get the problem fixed.

What's The Problem With The Audi 2019 e-Tron?

A faulty seal on the charging socket can let moisture penetrate the high-voltage battery system. This can cause a short-circuit and increase the risk of fire. For your own safety, if you see warning lights along with a message, "Electrical system: fault," cease driving immediately. Do not charge the car as well. Audi is recommending that those who are getting the warning to contact Audi Roadside Assistance at 1-800-411-9988 to have your vehicle towed safely.

What Consumers Need to Do

If you own an Audi 2019 e-Tron, Volkswagon Group of America, Inc. is responsible for informing you if your vehicle is included in this recall. They are also responsible for installing a new seal, and if necessary, replace all affected system components, free of charge. Here is some important information you need to know:

  • The recall began on September 6, 2019.
  • The recall number is 19V434000 and involves vehicles that were built between 7/16/18 and 5/10/19.
  • If you do not receive notification regarding a recall of your 2019 Audi e-Tron, you can visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Entering your VIN number will populate any recalls related to your vehicle.

Your Rights Under Lemon Law

Consumers are protected from being stuck with defective vehicles under California lemon law. If you've returned your defective vehicle to an authorized repair facility multiple times and the problem persists, you may have a lemon law case. Contact a lemon law attorney to learn if you are eligible for compensation for your defective vehicle.

Mr. Taylor wrote the book on Lemon Law. To find out if you qualify for a buyback or significant cash on your defective 2019 Audi e-Tron, contact Norman Taylor & Associates today at (888) 449-7639 for your free case evaluation.


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