Factory service manual for the Audi TT all versions. The type of information contained in this workshop manual include general servicing, maintenance and minor repairs, advanced repairs and rebuild guides. Topics include Engine, Gearbox, Differential, Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Interior Fittings, Exterior Fittings, Body Panels and Electrical Systems with wiring diagrams.
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The Audi TT is a two-door sports car, produced by the German manufacturer Audi and offered as a coupe and convertible; and is now in its third generation. The first two generations were assembled at the Audi subsidiary in Győr, Hungary, using bodies manufactured and painted at the Audi plant in Ingolstadt and with parts made entirely by the Hungarian factory for the third generation.
For each of the three generations, the TT has employed consecutive generations of the Volkswagen Group A platform, starting with the PQ34 (A4). As a result of this platform sharing, the Audi TT has an identical powertrain and suspension scheme as its platform mates; including a front and transverse engine, front wheel drive or an all-wheel drive system (quattro), as well as independent suspension using a MacPherson strut.
The abbreviation TT stands for Tourist Trophy, derived from the traditional motorcycling race, the Isle of Man TT.
At the Audi annual conference in 2019, CEO Abraham Schot announced that the Audi TT had to be adjusted as part of a reorientation of the brand’s models, possibly to be (or be replaced) by an electric vehicle .
Audi TT (8N):
The production model (internal designation Typ 8N) was launched with a coupe body in September 1998, followed by the convertible in August 1999, based on the Volkswagen A platform used in the Volkswagen Golf IV, Audi A3, SEAT León I and others. Differences from the prototype are the bumpers and the addition of rear quarter windows behind the doors. Production at the factory started in October 1998.
All TT models were recalled in late 1999 and early 2000 following concerns about the handling of the car, which was considered unstable in high speed turns as a result of oversteer due to acceleration (various modifications were made, which were subsequently incorporated on all future models: rear spoilers (to reduce lift) and modified suspension setup (to increase understeer) were fitted. The original four-cylinder engine offering was supplemented by a 250hp VR6 3.2L engine ( 184 kW) at the beginning of 2003, which comes with the quattro all-wheel drive system.
The Audi TT was nominated for the 2000 North American Car of the Year award. It was also on Car and Driver magazine’s Top Ten List in 2000 and 2001. For 2003, Audi gave the TT a “redesign,” with a number of small improvements for style and practicality.
Production of the Audi TT (type 8N) ended in June 2006.