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About Audi 80

The Audi 80 was a compact executive car produced by the Audi subdivision of the Volkswagen Group across four generations from 1966 to 1996. It shared its platform with the Volkswagen Passat from 1973 to 1986 and was available as a sedan, and station wagon) — the latter marketed by Audi as the Avant. The coupé and convertible models were not badged as members of the range but shared the same platform. Under Audi's platform numbering convention, the Audi 80 is classified as a member of the B-series or B platform family of vehicles, with the four generations of 80 being numbered as B1, B2, B3 and B4.
You might know it as the Audi Fox or the Audi 4000, the names under which it was first sold in the U.S. in 1972, but it is more widely recognized as the Audi 80, marketed as the perfect family or personal car for the first-time buyer. Like many Audis, the Audi 80 was popular for its superb handling and sturdiness on the road. The last generation of the Audi 80, begun in 1988, saw a more aerodynamic design and the introduction of a more durable outer coating, consisting of galvanized zinc. Last manufactured for 1992, the practical, yet fun Audi 80 had a successful life. It never really died, and actually lives on today as the Audi A4.

Audi 80 Common Problems and Maintenance Tips

Are you having difficulty with your Audi 80? Given below are some of the common problems of issues that have been reported by Audi 80 owners.
Like any other moving part on your Audi 80, the brake system is intended to wear out over a designated period of time. Brakes are vital for safe stopping, so when they display any symptoms of issues, like squealing, squeaking or a soft brake pedal – it should be inspected by a professional mechanic as soon as possible.
Most US states require an emissions test to register your Audi 80, and a failed test can occur for many reasons. In several states, if a check engine light illuminates, it's an instant fail. Most emissions centers will let you know why the vehicle failed the test, so you can contact a mechanic to complete the necessary repairs. 1992 Audi 80's with the fuel injected engine has to be held on idle for 2 minutes after a cold start to prevent the engine from cutting out. The most common cause for this type of issues is a faulty cold start injector. The injector should be removed and the engine cranked to see if it sprays fuel. If it does not, the injector is faulty.
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