Hey buddy. It was a C7 face-lift grille, from 2014-2017 I think. Part number 4G0853653T so you can check on fleabay
I didn't get it from a vendor, just some guy who had it on his C7 saloon.
There was one thing that I needed to adjust to allow the fit. Although I didn't have to modify the new...
My old Q5 and B8.5 had tips that were pretty easy to take off.
I guess it makes sense that Audi figured the allroad must be more solid than other models.
I always hoped I could rid myself of my back boxes too and also the rear aluminium skid plate with the exhaust but it might look rubbish...
That's really useful, thanks! I wasn't expecting the extra harness but at least it's not expensive.
But seemingly the set I'm looking at is pointless if the rear bench doesn't work... Can't have everything...
So I've got the standard leather, heated seats with electric lumbar support in my allroad.
Quite frankly, they're flat like my old Q5 ones. and I slide all over the shop when turning corners, even carefully.
I'm looking at a set of fully electric, sports seats (not s-line or RS etc) with wings...
Genuine OEM Audi A6 C7 Allroad Grille - 4G0853653
Taken off my 2015 A6 allroad.
Grille comes with OEM chrome Audi rings and two OEM front parking sensors, ready to plug in and work as they should.
Only 2 parts of damage worth noting.
A 5-6cm stretch of chrome on the top has peeled...
Audi A6 C7 (4G) driver side headlight.
Part no: 4G941006 G
Taken off my 2015 A6 C7 Audi allroad.
Item is a xenon lamp with LED DRL in excellent condition except that the LED strip has yellowed a little with age and front plastic has usual tiny stone chips (see last two photos) which can...
Yes mate, no issues pulling that out. Just four screws really. In hindsight, I should have checked the alignment of the shut lines around the headlight before I put the bumper back on. It wasn't even first time and had to take the driver side off again to shift the assembly around until it was...
Not yet. But your idea is probably the best test. I'll dry run it with my existing oem sensors and see how they fit before I make any decisions.
I have to get that headlight in so either way, I need to remove the bumper first.
I did think that, but then I'd have to take out the retaining 'tooth' on each side of the sensor retainer. Maybe with a dremmel or something.
Without taking those off, the sensor just pops forward becuase it's a fairly snug fit.
Just got my new sensors today and although they clip in correctly on the rear, the front protrudes by about 5mm.
I know neither the grille or sensors are oem but apart from it not being neat, does anyone think that this'll be a problem in day to day use?
Hopefully within the next couple of weeks. Just waiting on some parts.
New parking sensors, some replacement screws and speed nuts for the undertray and a can of satin black hammerite.
And good weather. I don't have a drive so need to do the lot in a day.