[Biturbos4] Dashboard center display
KBATPO at comcast.net
Sun Jan 30 16:13:48 EST 2005
> Igor - a voice from the past!
> Since you obviously know what you're saying, could you point out *where*
> those 2 screw are?
> Thanks, much
> On Jan 30, 2005, at 10:01 AM, Igor Kessel wrote:
>> Ti Kan wrote:
>>> John M. Harrison writes:
>>>> A glance at the factory repair CD suggests that the whole dash needs
>>>> to come out in order to remove the instrument cluster.
>>> Nah, you don't need to remove the "whole dash". Only the instrument
>>> cluster (the part just ahead of the steering wheel with all the gauges
>>> and warning lights). To me, "whole dash" implies the whole width
>>> including the vents, center console and glove compartment, etc; which
>>> is clearly not necessary.
>> I second that. It takes 5 minutes tops, provided you know how to turn
>> the IC so that it easily slides out of the cavity. The IC is held in
>> place only by two screws on its boottm edge.
>> Teh dashboard removal is a nightmare of a project but thankfully is
>> not needed here.
>> Igor Kessel
>> two turbo quattros
It is is indeed amusing to see how we all migrate through the same
line-up of cars.
The screws are hidden behind the small plastic frame surrounding the top
of the steering column. You have to grab it and pull it gently towards
yourself in a sort of a pivoting action. It is attached with the clips:
two in the top and two on the sides at the bottom. In the A4/S4 they
were Torx 10. In the A6/Allroad they are regular Philips.
two turbo quattros
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