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How to remove A3 boot trim - with photos

Fleagle Jan 21, 2009

  1. Fleagle

    Fleagle New Member

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    Quick walk through guide to removing the boot trim from an 8P A3

    http://tinyurl.com/7bb65g

    Useful for refitting the washer hose or repairing/replacing the wash wipe assembly.

    Hope someone finds it useful. Regards, Dave
     
  2. JohnS3

    JohnS3 Active Member

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    You frickin' star!! Job for the weekend...
     
  3. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    You know what, I wonder if this is why my rear washer jet is pants now, reminds me to remove that aswell
     
  4. SunnyDlite

    SunnyDlite Six speed Shimano

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    awesome will deffo need to check this one out as mine is dead
     
  5. Fleagle

    Fleagle New Member

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    Cheers for the feedback guys, pleased it helps. I've made it printer friendly now.
     
  6. tyrrelll

    tyrrelll Lukey.T

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    Links no longer working, any chance you could re-post
     
  7. flying oyster

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    this would be so helpful as my rear wiper wont turn off unless i take fuse out grrr
     
  8. Brian566

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    Same here check link
     
  9. JNP

    JNP Member

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    fleagle, please can you check the link mate, i would love to do this on sat and the guide would be a massive help?? ta
     
  10. Fleagle

    Fleagle New Member

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  11. ItsAllGood

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    for some reason I have a loose torx screw in the trim, wth. may try this tomorrow
     
  12. szurke

    szurke New Member

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    Links no longer working again. Please re-post
     
  13. Orange225

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    I removed mine then reattached the washer hose then taped it up to stop it happening again
     
  14. Woodford

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  15. leecool

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    brilliant solution guys, my motor was leaking like buggery! See pics! Unfortunately the hose split where it attaches to the motor, how can I refit? Will shrink wrap for wiring help do you think?
    cheers.
     

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