B8 Audi A4 Fuel Injector Pump Failure

The Audi A4 B8 generation is the latest model in the A4 series, manufactured by this German auto maker since 1994. First introduced in the United States in 2008, the Audi A4 B8 boasts a sense of refinement and sophistication paired with ‘best in class’ safety ratings and fuel efficiency.

The Audi A4 B8 comes with several different engine packages available in both petrol and diesel variations. The diesel engine ranges from 118 hp base to the 237 hp turbo and the petrol engine ranges from 158 hp standard to the 328 hp supercharged at the top end in the S4 Quattro model.

All of these engines have a similar fuel injection design, which is often the source of some issues for Audi A4 B8 drivers. Sputtering and stalling have been reported by Audi owners, and leaking fuel injectors are often the common cause. The problem may become so bad that they vehicle may fail to start. Any of these issues should prompt an immediate visit to your local Audi import service specialist.

A simple pressure test performed in the shop should confirm if a leaking fuel injector is the source of the issue with your Audi A4 B8. Although there is not a Technical Service Bulletin out for leaking fuel injectors, Audi is aware of this issue and may cover the service under warranty. Your knowledgeable German auto import mechanic can make this repair and answer any related questions you may have regarding this issue.

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