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Plastic wheel nut cover removal tool.

ianv5 May 11, 2017

  1. ianv5

    ianv5 Registered User

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    Anyone know where the plastic wheel nut cover is located in the boot of the S4 avant? Can't see one in the toolkit!

    Looks like this:

    Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400442665361
     
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  3. Darren92

    Darren92 Registered User

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    Probably just been misplaced when a wheel has been off.
     
  4. GaryDe

    GaryDe Registered User

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    It should be in with the tool kit. On the right side when looking from the back of the car.


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  5. LeMans

    LeMans Registered User

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    There are two compartments in boot, it's the one at back next to rear seats - I think!
     
  6. NyB8

    NyB8 Registered User

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    As suggested above, I had one and it snapped! TBH the plastic it's made from is pretty ****. In the end I just bought a cheap pair of long nosed pliers which I now keep them in the boot, just in case.
     
  7. Meemo

    Meemo Registered User

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    ahhh long nose pliers eeeeeeeekkk
    I like the fact the soft plastic doesnt damage the paint :)
    If its not squeezed in the black poleserine that packs the spare wheels and tools, and not in the glove, then it must have been lost when having tyres changed
     
  8. Zafi

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    £3 off ebay, buy one plus a spare
     
  9. rum4mo

    rum4mo Registered User

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    Maybe I'm a dumbhead, but, I tend to keep the bolt heads clean and the inside of the bolt covers initially clean then a slight wipe with a finger with Superlub etc on it, I've never lost a bolt cover - yet! I also bought a spare removal tool as they do tend to look a bit flimsy and to avoid using the one in the boot if working on the car(s) at home, plus I have an alloy threaded stud that I use at home for the same reason.
     

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