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    Hi all
    had an Air Suspension error yesterday, but it was gone when I used the Q7 later in the day.
    No driving symptoms, and the Q7 has an easy life:

    See VCDS scan below: What thoughts?
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    Address 74: Chassis Control (J775) Labels:* None
    Part No SW: 4M0 907 777 E HW: 4M0 907 777 E
    Component: Fahrwerk-SG H10 0104


    Air Suspension Compressor:
    Subsystem 1 - Part No SW: 4M0 907 589 B HW: 4M0 907 589 B
    Component: V66LFKompOLV H06 0012
    Serial number: 00000000004130056635
    Coding: 303030


    1 Fault Found:
    3178507 - Compressor for Suspension Level Control
    C118D 07 [008] - Mechanical Failure
    Intermittent - Confirmed - Tested Since Memory Clear
    Freeze Frame:
    Fault Status: 00000001
    Fault Priority: 4
    Fault Frequency: 1
    Reset counter: 52
    Mileage: 42084 km
    Date: 2019.03.13
    Time: 10:55:41
     
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    Did the error appear on the dashboard? Also did you notice a difference while driving the car.

    Never had that error pop up before to be honest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papereyes View Post
    Did the error appear on the dashboard? Also did you notice a difference while driving the car.

    Never had that error pop up before to be honest

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    No symptoms. Message appeared on drivers digital display.
    Audi said leave it see if anything develops. Might be nothing. Have warranty until July...
     
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    I would have it checked out. I had the same kind of behaviour when I just got the car...turned out to be a faulty air suspension chipset.

    Cheers,
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    Is it possible the battery charge was low? Thatís the only time Iíve seen strange warnings that never reappeared.
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    Hmmm interesting. I had a similar issue. Turned out the pipes coming out of the compressor under the car at the rear passenger side had chafed.

    Symptoms were the car would be fine then about 20 mins later the alert would come up on the dash. Turned the car of and back on again it was fine. This happens for a couple of days then had a complete failure. Had to call Audi assist out. Car got towed back to the dealers. This happened after the car was a year old. There was apparently a repair kit for it. It was covered under warranty and fixed within a couple of days

    If I can I will post some photos.
     
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    iCloud Car looking sorry for itself.

    iCloud - Error on dash

    iCloud - chafed pipes
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milesunder View Post
    iCloud Car looking sorry for itself.

    iCloud - Error on dash

    iCloud - chafed pipes

    Thanks for posting the photos. Where were the Chafed pipes. I don't think I have that problem, as the car remains level when unattended, but it would be good to know. I did 250,000Km in a VW phaeton with broadly similar Air Suspension and never had a problem, so hopefully this was just a gremlin.

    However I will have it checked out before the warranty ends.
     
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