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Audi owners may complain that the transmission is not shifting properly or is not very responsive when you press the gas pedal.
In extreme cases, your Audi may even go into limp mode and no longer change gears.
If your Audi automatic transmission has been having problems changing gears or never seems to know which gear it should be in, you should try to reset the transmission setting to factory defaults.

If your Audi is an older model year, disconnecting the battery will reset the ECU and Transmission modules.
Disconnecting the battery will not reset your ECU and transmission on newer vehicles. Instead, try the following procedure.
Reset Audi ECU / Transmission
The next simple step is to reset Audi by pressing the gas pedal.
Step 1: Press the gas pedal to the floor.
Step 2: Turn on the ignition but do not start the engine. Suppose your car has Start/Stop press the gas pedal but not press the brake pedal. Only press the START button.
Step 3: Keep the gas pedal pressed for at least 15 seconds.
Step 4: Turn off the ignition. Release the gas pedal. Wait a couple of minutes and restart the engine.
Step 5: Drive your Audi carefully and allow it to change gears at low RPM for the first 10 minutes.

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