Is a replacement fly wheel covered by my warranty?

I bought a used 2017 Audi A6 Avant in April 2021 with 29,000 miles on the clock from a main dealer. It's now January 2022, the car has a mileage of 45,000 and I have had a local mechanic tell me that the flywheel needs to be replaced. There is juddering from the car when pulling away from a standstill. The car has 12 months warranty. Have I got a legitimate case to ask the dealer to repair and replace the fly wheel under warranty?

Asked on 14 January 2022 by Gregory Wishart

Answered by Dan Powell
The dealer that sold you the car should investigate the problem. Juddering is a tell-tale sign of a clutch and/or flywheel problem. If a fault is found this should be repaired free of charge.

For your consumer rights, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/how-to-reject-a-car-your-cons.../
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