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Stupid Q. Where do u keep the manual?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by cjp2k, May 5, 2007.

  1. cjp2k

    cjp2k Member

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    Hi guys, title says it all really, is there a special place to keep the manual in the Sportback. My previous golf had a nice space in the glove box, however neither the standard glovebox or my new CD changer glovebox have this....

    So is there a proper place for it or just let it roll round the car

    Cheers

    Chris
     
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  3. chanlon1

    chanlon1 Member

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    I was always told never to keep it or the service book in the car incase the car is stolen
     
  4. emzino

    emzino Active Member

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    I keep it at home although I might keep that leaflet in the car. That's got like the definitions of all the buttons and what does what in the car.
     
  5. .:R2theT

    .:R2theT Dreaming of Boost

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    I think it fits nicely in the right side pocket in the trunk(boot).

    It does seem a little strange that there is no "proper" spot. It won't even fit in the storage under the passenger's seat!
     
  6. a3norwich

    a3norwich Not anymore - Back 2 BMW (shh)

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    I think the whole Audi folder thing you get fits in either front door bin. There's even a slight lip in the bottom of the door bin that seems to keep it in place too... Can't be coincidence!
     
  7. prt57

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    By my bed as I am still reading it!
     
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    ^^^ What he said!
     
  9. newbiecrg

    newbiecrg windsurfer

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    front door bin as well

    Pedro
     
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    me 2
     
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    And me!
     
  12. unkle

    unkle Beer God

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    Isnt there a cubby hole under the drivers seat where you can put it?
    (on Sport models at least...)
     
  13. alanjonesbath

    alanjonesbath VAGOwners.co.uk

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    Yup, thats where mine lives. I think it actually tells you to put it there in the manual ;)
     
  14. Covenant

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    Yup - that's why there's a lip in the door pocket - to stop it sliding forward under braking.
     
  15. Macduff

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    Our A4 has a space below the steering column for it. Does the A3 have that?
     
  16. alfiejts

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    Third drawer down in the kitchen cupboard - under the fish tank and just above the wife's Yaris manual.

    But yes - my manual tells me to keep in in the door pocket - but that's full of bottled water, sunglasses & a microfibre cloth to keep the windscheen and headlights clean....
     
  17. Dandle

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    I keep my manual at home too, the only time it goes in the car is for the service.
     

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