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Will these fit an A3?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by A3 Sport, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. A3 Sport
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    Yup
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    mhmm about the same as dealer price too so try your dealership and save on postage
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    it is a dealer selling those on ebay, and free postage :whistle2:
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    Thats a good price to be fair, they are £115 from the Audi dealer since they put the prices up
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    only had a quick scooby forgive me you are correct
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    Ahh right, okay thanks, I remember reading something on here a while ago about fitting them, but cant find it now! Will they be hard to fit?
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    The clutch and brake are just covers which pull off, then stick the new ones on top of the actual pedal

    The accelerator is a bit more difficult as theres 2 little clips under the flooring which need to be got at just right with a flat head screwdriver
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    Ok, so does the carpet have to be lifted up?

    Thanks.
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    no
    the bottom part of the padal (flap) is lifted, the hardest part is unpligging the wiring connector as it's a push-pull fit, quite awkward
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    I see, Ive just been to have a look, and can see the part you clip off to get to the screws. Are the electrics at the top of the pedal?
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    once you remove the screws you need to prise the bottom part upwards as it's slotted into the floor. When it's removed (unscrewed/ prised) then you can rotate it around to get to the electrics plug which is at the back of the pedal, you have to push down on a tab and pull at the same time
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