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Rear wash wipe removal audi a4 avant 2004

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by pgy531, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. pgy531

    pgy531 New Member

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    Hi All

    Does anyone know how to remove the rear was wipe on an audi a4 avant 2004.

    There is a piece of plastic that has snapped or has worn at the rear of the wiper the bit that makes it spring back with pressure and I want to take it off an put a metal pin in its place.

    Any ideas greatly accepted:readit:
     
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  3. Jimmeh

    Jimmeh Active Member

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    Ive just done this; remove the inner trim on the bootlid and you should be able to locate the (x3?) 10mm bolts. Pretty simple after that. (hardest part is removing the trim pannel!!)
     
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    I've tried removing the inner trim, four screws and it pulls down to a pint but there is somthing holing the trim in place!
     
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    did yours have the same issue, no spring back?
     
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    Its been done before HERE and how to remove the trim is detailed HERE
     
  7. pgy531

    pgy531 New Member

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    It seems I was barking up the wrong tree, The arm of the wiper is U/S so I,ve managed to prise off to have a look, as per all audis its a piece of plastic that has worn, hence no spring back on the rear wiper, you don't happen to know the part number for the wiper unit do you?
     

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