Audi A4

How do you replace the tail light assembly on a 2002 Audi A4?


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2007-04-12 14:04:05
2007-04-12 14:04:05

A single bolt holds the rear light assembly, you will need to remove this bolt. The bolt is covered by a small round cover (same color as the truck carpet). Use a small screw driver to pop open the cover. Use a metric ratchet driver to remove the bolt. Using a slight amount of pressure on the lamp assembly (fingertips near the trunk opening works best) pops it out. The bulbs twist out of the assembly. Reverse the process to reinstall, making sure that you have aligned and seated the assembly before installing the bolt. There are three pressure fit pins that hold the assembly in place, in addition to the bolt. Make sure that these pins are in place (the snap in) before you rebolt it together. That's it! Takes about 5 to 10 minutes.


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Audi Motor Assembly was created in 1987.

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