[Es2] anybody out there? :VSMail mx2
Jimmy at texasbankers.com
Wed Jan 18 09:59:06 EST 2006
Well, I remember a #$%&*^!! hidden bolt on the UrS4 dash (on the engine side
of the firewall!), but I don't remember if the CQ had anything like that.
It's been awhile. At this point, my dash is held in by the two screws on the
sides and a couple of bolts at the bottom. Obviously most everyone else is
going to have issues with the vents and other HVAC stuff. I don't remember
it being all that hard, except for the heater stuff. Bleh.
From: elijahallen92 at aol.com [mailto:elijahallen92 at aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 8:05 AM
To: Jimmy at texasbankers.com; es2 at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [Es2] anybody out there? :VSMail mx2
Alpine white will look great on your car, can't wait to see pictures when
its done. Hey, I'm about to pull my dash as well to rework and reloacate the
wiring that was done before, I have pulled the dash in my parts coupe and
since it was a parts car did it quick and broke a few things doing it. Any
tips on problem area's and bolts that I might miss to get the dash out as
clean as possible? Thanks,
From: Jimmy Pribble <Jimmy at texasbankers.com>
To: es2 at audifans.com
Sent: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 07:27:25 -0600
Subject: RE: [Es2] anybody out there?
Still here. I was dormant for most of the Winter (don't know why, since it
has been in the 70's-80's for most of it), but I'm back on it now. Right
when I got the car running, I decided to sideline it again with another
long-term project by painting the thing. Well, let me tell you a little
something about shell preparation - weeks...weeks and weeks of work. It sux.
But, we have the first coat of Alpine White on the exterior. We (the
inexperienced) are doing it ourselves, so progress is slow, but we are
learning and taking our time. The car should look nice when it is finally
Also, every time we do anything, I fall into the "well while we are here,
let's also do ________" syndrome. So, while prepping the bare interior for
paint, I decided to pull out the dash again and rework all of the wiring.
Why I would willfully go through what Ashesh just complained about, I'll
never know, though with as much wiring as I have parsed, the job is much
On the bed (AW reference): Powerflex rear diff bushing and aluminum subframe
bushings all around. I also have Lexan ready to be cut into rear quarter
Anyway, I'm quiet, but I'm still here making slow progress.
> Seems like the list has slowed to a crawl, probably due to winter.
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