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Anyone replaced this trim before?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by tr1ck, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. tr1ck
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    as you can see it doesnt sit right and i need a new one.
    i have a feeling it will be expensive from audi :(
    and are they easy to replace?
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    Mine does the same and would like to know also
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    Have you tried lifting the lip of the rubber over the door edge and bashing it down with your hand?
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    its a fiddly bugger pretty sure you need to take the mirror off its mount to get it back in
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    i think the rubbers has a metal strip inside to give it its strength, i think someones lent on it and misshaped it...
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    it's not expensive at all .....20 something pounds from Audi .....It's a common thing to go funny on these cars ....
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    Oh right, are they easy to replace?
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    Just drop the window down to bottom, then push it down over the door top, look at it like a monorail, the rubber piece pushed down over a thin rail like piece of metal on top of the door.
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