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    B6 S4 badge removal

    Hello.

    How are the front grille and rear S4 badges attached on the B6 S4? I'm guessing glue for the rear badge but is the one on the grille secured by pins through a backplate?

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    Hi,

    I'm fairly sure the front grill has about 3 torx screws on the top which need to be removed. You can then remove the whole grill. The badge is pushed on from the front and held by a sort of a spring clip at the back which attaches the badge to one of the horizontal slats of the grill. Easy to remove.
    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks a lot. Very helpful.

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    Easy way for removing the rear is to get some dental floss behind and pull
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjmspeedy View Post
    Easy way for removing the rear is to get some dental floss behind and pull
    I did something similar with a previous car but I used high tensile fishing line and then a pencil rubber to get the remainder of the glue off.

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    also use a hair dryer to soften the glue
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    WD40 softens the adhisive without damaging the paint, spray it on and leave a couple of minutes use soft cloth and rub off the glue.

 

 

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