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About Audi 4000 Quattro

The Audi 4000S Quattro was renamed to the 4000CS Quattro and came with little change over the prior year. In 1984 the Audi 4000S Quattro was added to the lineup in the US with the key features being the all-wheel-drive system, lockable differential, and 5-cylinder engine. A 4000 Quattro falls under the B2 platform and has the same exterior styling as an Audi 80 but named the Audi 4000 for the US market. The designer of this body style was Giorgetto Giugiaro, the 4000 went by Audi 5+5 and Audi Quattro in other countries.
The Audi 4000 Quattros are becoming harder and harder to find as rust, accidents, and teenagers take their toll. If you want a fun-to-drive vehicle that completely revolutionized car design, well, here it is. The Audi 4000S Quattro is a higher performance version of the Audi 4000, which was introduced in 1984. The car featured a 1.8L 5-cylinder engine, with the Quattro all-wheel-drive system and a 5-speed manual transmission. The car was offered in 4 colors: Black, Alpine White, Tornado Red and Zermatt Silver Metallic. The 4000S Quattro from 1984 was unique in its appearance, launched just before the model refresh for 1985. As a result, you got looks closer to the original Quattro, manual rear window cranks and front vent windows, the older dash layout, and a high-liftover trunk lid with different taillights and bumpers, of course.

Audi 4000 Quattro Common Problems and Maintenance Tips

Routine service and maintenance are vital to keeping your Audi 4000 Quattro running strong. To reduce the potential for breakdown and costly repairs, we've going to list some common car problems and issues that tend to arise.
A warning or check engine light is the most common issue for Audi 4000 Quattro owners. These lights illuminate when the vehicle's ECU (engine control unit) detects an error code triggered by a sensor. Since there is more than 200 possible warning code, having a professional technician or mechanic complete a warning light inspection is the best way to determine the source and make the correct repairs.
When the engine is running efficiently, it burns fuel at a rate that helps improve fuel economy. However, several fuel system parts like fuel filters, air filters, mass air flow sensors, and O2 sensors will eventually get dirty or wear out. If this happens before they are replaced, it will cause the engine to consume more fuel than usual. Being proactive about routine servicing provides the solution.
Most car batteries should last about three years or 50,000 miles. A dead battery is usually caused by reduced amps – or electrical currents – which naturally decrease as the battery loses its ability to maintain a charge. A damaged alternator, battery temperature sensor, or other charging system components can expedite this issue. It's best to replace your Audi 4000 Quattro's battery every 50,000 miles or three years, even if it's not showing signs of damage.
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