There’s nothing wrong with the LATCH anchors themselves. U.S. law and European law each specify that particular graphics must be printed on the sleeves explaining how to install a child safety seat. Audi inadvertently shipped some cars to the U.S. with European graphics.
This could create some confusion when parents try to install a child safety seat, as the instructions in the owners manual and the graphics printed on the sleeves differ.
Dealers will fix the problem by replacing the sleeves free of charge.
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