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tc4332 25th July 2019 10:46 PM

Interior Trim
 
In the D3 area Tech Dump there is a PDF of "How to" the interior trim.
Does anyone have access to something similar for the D4?

moltuae 26th July 2019 06:59 AM

You're not taking your new car apart already are you Ray!? :tuttut:

;)

tc4332 26th July 2019 09:39 AM

Just two little things.
  • Previous owner has a mini usb lead at the right end of the dash. It's connected to the right hnnd fuse box but I do not want to just pull it out.
  • I have a phone holder/charger that is currently plugged in to the cigar lighter(?) in the cup holde r. I want to hard wire it to the rear of the cigar lighter.
Just tidying up.

Architex_mA8tey 26th July 2019 11:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tc4332 (Post 151859)
In the D3 area Tech Dump there is a PDF of "How to" the interior trim.
Does anyone have access to something similar for the D4?

Try here Ray - http://forum.a8parts.co.uk/showthread.php?t=8379

tc4332 26th July 2019 10:59 PM

Thanks Neil . . . . But. . . .
That is where I have looked five times now and I cannot see anything about internal trim.

H-M3 27th July 2019 12:31 AM

Message neeldub he is normally good at that.

neeldub 29th July 2019 01:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by H-M3 (Post 151894)
Message neeldub he is normally good at that.

Many thanks for recommending me lol.

I will soon compile a pdf with instructions on how to remove interior trims on the D4.

tc4332 29th July 2019 08:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by H-M3 (Post 151894)
Message neeldub he is normally good at that.


Already in PM mode with Neel
But many thanks for the pointer +++:D:love:

H-M3 29th July 2019 06:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neeldub (Post 151926)
Many thanks for recommending me lol.

I will soon compile a pdf with instructions on how to remove interior trims on the D4.

No worries:ROFL:+++

tc4332 31st July 2019 12:00 PM

Problem solved.
I had ELSA Win installed on my PC. Cost 30. Was supposed to take 4 hours to install, mine took 2 hours.
  1. Took off the fuse box cover (dash end cap driver's side)
  2. Two bolts alongside fuse holders removed
  3. Two bolts under the knee bolster removed.
  4. Pulled the knee bolster out at the top and it dropped down.
  5. PO had connected to ign +ve at the OBD plug and a chassis earth. So I used what he had done but plugged my phone lead into his.
  6. Cut his mini usb cable off above the dash and pulled it all out from the fuse box.
  7. Tested and working so reassembled.
Only took 20 minutes and some of that was down to chatty neighbours.


Then I had a brainwave, OK yes it did hurt. I'm sure I used to have ELSA Win on an old PC that I threw away so had a rummage. Found the CDs and the paperwork. Another 30 wasted. Never mind My lad can put that one on his PC.


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