Sifting the Damage of my break in
ccarvell at nbsusa.com
Wed Dec 4 17:40:38 EST 2002
Not to worry it is really temporary. I just heard about a wrecked 86
Audi, that I might be able to go 1/2's with the other Audi guy here on.
If the price is right, it is time to strip that baby down..;) Then I
can have a reserve of parts, never know when you need that thingy off
the car.... To bad it has a rear end collision, otherwise, it might be
worth playing around with.
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>>> Huw Powell <human747 at attbi.com> 12/04/02 05:33PM >>>
> Well I have started working on my 87 4kq, after the break in over
> I several questions:
> 1) As I started to take the center counsel apart trying to not
> anything else, I noticed that the thieves left me a nice white
> - clipped from its wires. The connector is white, 4wires, has 4
> on the opposite side of were the wires enter. The prongs are
> short then tall then short, and tall again.
Sounds like a plug for speakers, either the front pair or rear. The
wires are probably green and green with stripes?
> 2) What type of glue is good for the tunnel trim pieces. I think
> that they have broken the parts in big enough pieces that I can
> temporary glue it back together, till spring, and I can go
> again. I know, not the best thing to do to a low mileage Audi, but
> have a new baby on they way, and you know wives.....Need I say more?
> was thinking of SuperGlue, or something to that end, and ideas?
I think you might have better results with an epoxy. I'm also glad
are considering this to be temporary, as you should be able to find
replacements at the scrappers sooner or later.
Since it is so temporary (and not knowing the nature of your
you might want to support the glued joints with little mending straps
bolted to each side of the seam. That might even be enough to get you
through the winter without any messy experiments with adhesives.
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