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Help, removing rear springs quattro

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by andrew-247, Dec 21, 2012.

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    andrew-247 New Member

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    trying to take out the rear springs to fit coils, unbolted the shock and upper control arm but still doesnt come down low enough to remove the spring, anyone know if im doing something wrong? on a a3 quattro same setup as an s3
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    Hi I did mine the other week and all idid was unbolt the shock where it bolts to the anti roll bar on the wishbone and pushed it down then the spring just came out hope this helps
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    s3dave TFSI Hybrid

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    stand on the wishbone and it flops out...
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    And don't forget to undo the head light adjuster that's connected to the passenger rear tie rod
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    !!!DON'T FORGET!!! I broke mine. :sob: Of course you can't buy just the plastic arm!! Audi only sells the whole sensor for like 200 quid!!
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    jojo S3 Drift King! Staff Member Moderator

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    Only if you car has factory Xenon's fitted!

    And yes, just push down on the rear hub/wishbone, and it should just pull out!, I did my S3 on my own this way.
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