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Where to buy a glovebox lid apart from dealers

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by pav-g, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. pav-g

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    As im selling car thought id go to dealers to buy a glovebox lid, thinking it was gonna be about 50 quid. Got quoted £93 plus vat - does anyone have a spare one or know where i can try i.e. audi parts specialists etc

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    Or just repair the broken one, assuming it's just the usual hinge snapped off
     
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    Thanks Andy, ive rang a few places today but no joy, I suppose I could try the diy option (just never seem to find the time) and yes its the common left hinge thats broken
     
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    Spoke to Martin at Vagparts (01793487700) got quoted £78.28 all in for the lid. Postage around £6.00 via parcel force. If I dont find one over the weekend then I'll buy one from here.

    Oh yeah armrest lid is around £38.00
     
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    yeah 2nd that stafford are good on ebay, but the fix isnt exactly hard & cheaper as for me it was just some epoxy glue & time on my 8P hinge/brake area
     

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