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Avant rear wiper removal

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by A4 TC, May 20, 2010.

  1. A4 TC

    A4 TC 1.8T quattro sline

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    Hi guys how do you remove the wiper arm ? Had a sprocket on it and I think I've done some damage oops cheers .
     
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  3. chrisash32

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    i just did mine yesterday, removed the motor and everything... looks good with no wiper haha.

    Pulled the plastic cap off the end and then unscrewed the nut.

    Mine was jammed on tight, had to be very careful and tap the metal washer fluid pipe in the middle of the nut with a hammer until the arm came off... Be very careful if you try this yourself though..
     
  4. A4 TC

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    Thanks, Tried to unscrew the nut but it was stuck solid I think I dislodged somthing from the back too !
     
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    should have soaked it for a few hours in WD40 or similar...
     
  6. A4 TC

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    Fook soaked it for all of two minutes . no botha its going for a service in a couple of weeks , the lads can fix it then? and flipping £37 for a new wiper arm .
     
  7. chrisash32

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    i would just do away with it all together! looks so much better without it...
    I just have my rear window covered in rain-x so when its rains it just runs off.

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  8. dope

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    That looks good chrisash. I might pull mine off (pardon the expression) and source a smaller 4 ring badge to disguise the hole. And do away with the existing badge.
     
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    Anyone doing this might be interested in THIS
     
  10. chrisash32

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    Good find! Thanks James :)
    I have spent hours looking for something like that!
     
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    What did you use if it wasn't one of those then?
     
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    Rubber hole plug.....
     
  13. quattrojames

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    Lol I 'd be worried about some vindictive tw@t walking past on a wet day and pushing the bung in!
     

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