On certain vehicles, exposure to moisture over time could cause the driver-front airbag not to inflate properly in a crash.
In a crash requiring an airbag deployment, the driver-front airbag may not inflate properly. This could create a risk of injury.
The company will notify owners by mail. There may be a significant delay before replacement parts are available. The company will send you a second letter once replacement parts are available and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to inspect the driver-front airbag inflator. If the inflator requires replacement, a newly design part will be installed.
On certain Audi TT Quattro vehicles, moisture could enter the rear track control arm's mounting bushing and bolt combination and cause corrosion. Corrosion could impede the free movement of the control arm. Correction: Dealers will replace the track control arms.
Certain vehicles may be susceptible to loss of directional stability in sharp turns or abrupt lane change maneuvers at extremely high speeds due to a steering system that is very responsive to steering input. Correction: Stabilizers will be replaced in front on front wheel drive vehicles and on both front and rear on quattro drive vehicles. A modified control arm will be installed in front together with firmer shock absorbers in front and rear. In addition, a rear spoiler will be installed.