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1995 audi a6

Having trouble removing front bumper from a 1995 audi a6, have removed all visible bolts but still it won't move, ideas please

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Two bolts through middle(allen key)they are about halfway along you will see them if you look underneath near edges of number plate.....

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  • Remove front bumper.
  • Remove both Torx bolts (T30) -1-.
  • Remove interior Torx bolt (T30) using 1/4"-Torx-bit insert and extension.
NOTE: If necessary, use magnet to remove bolt.

  • Disconnect multi-function harness connectors for headlights.
  • Turn headlights -2- toward center of vehicle and remove from chassis toward front.
Installing
Installation is reverse of removal, noting the following:


  • Adjust dimension -a- via plastic bolt at new headlight.
NOTE: Determine dimension -a- at plastic bolt of old headlight, when being replaced
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  • Always align headlight according to contours of chassis (gap dimensions) and secure.
  • Adjust headlight after installing.
Tightening torque

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    • Place mounting tab -2- of repair set onto the edge (arrow) of the headlight housing and secure the tab with two screws -3- from rear.

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