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    Dust in instrument pod

    Any suggestions for getting the dust out?
    It enters through the two spindle holes and really bugs me that I can't get it out.

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    Re: Dust in instrument pod

    Hoover?
    not sure the dash can be split to open it im sure its a sealled unit

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    Re: Dust in instrument pod

    Its quite easy to take the dash out if you go on Audi World there is a write-up on the subject.

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    Re: Dust in instrument pod

    Thanks, I'll check out Audi World.

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    Re: Dust in instrument pod

    You could tryt one of those high-pressure canisters of "Dust-Off", the stuff you use to clean computers. Then point it at the spindle holes & squirt.

 

 

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