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Locking nuts!!

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by JD007F, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. JD007F

    JD007F Member

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    Hi guys

    I haven't had my a3 for very long but I was wondering where on audi's do they have the locking nuts to take my wheels off as I can't find mine!!!

    Cheers
     
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  3. Sidhu88

    Sidhu88 Active Member

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    Under the boot mat
     
  4. JD007F

    JD007F Member

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    Okey dokey ill pop and had a check lol. May I ask what's in the red box in the boot lol. Sorry if this all seems simple not had an Audi before lol.
     
  5. Jack_tdi

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    Warning triangle iirc :)
     
  6. JD007F

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    Found the locking nut and the jack and all cheers guys.
     
  7. turbonutz

    turbonutz Active Member

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    i dont have a red triangle :( its ok tho i dont plan on breaking down anyway haaa
     
  8. Steve B5 Biker

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    Mmmmmm...now all would be alloy wheels thieves will KNOW WHERE TO LOOK FOR THE LOCKERS......:wtf:

     
  9. Sidhu88

    Sidhu88 Active Member

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    Its hardly rocket science. I know of 3 very commonly used places for locking wheel nuts. And simple fact of it is, everyone will keep them in the car because u never know when ull need it. Furthermore, id like to think ur alarm would be going berzerk by the time someones tried to get the locking wheel nut out the car
     
  10. coreythorny

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    Every car manufacturer I've come across, the locker is in the boot, either in a side compartment or under the matt.
     

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