Question about 2004 Audi A4
Not sure if they've changed it but this is what i do for my 99 a4
First remove the screw in the handle pull, it should be next to where your fingers go.
Pull down on the black piece of plastic and remove the screw form the door
Then remove the screws on either end of the door, one near the door jam on top and one near the other side, same place.
Finally pull up then out and the door panel should come out
Hope that helps
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FIRST CHECK THE CABLES THAT RUN INTO THE DOOR BECAUSE THEY CAN GET CUT THOUGH COMMON PROBLEM (JUST WERE THE DOOR HINGES INSIDE RUBBER BOOT.) DOOR PANEL REMOVAL...... PRIZE OUT THE TRIM PANEL AT THE BASE OF ARMREST UNDO TWO SCREWS (DRIVERS SIDE) OR ONE SCREW ACCESSIBLE THROUGH THE ARMREST UNDO THE SCREW AT THE BASE OF THE DOOR TRIM IN THE CENTRE. STARTING AT THE FRONT EDGE CAREFULLY PULL THE TRIM PANEL (ABOVE THE INTERIOR RELEASE HANDLE ) AWAY FROM THE DOOR TO RELEASE THE CLIPS, THEN SLIDE IT TO THE FRONT TO UNHOOK THE REAR EDGE OF THE TRIM PANEL.UNDO THE 4 SCREWS IN THE TRIM PANEL RECESS NOW PULL THE DOOR PANELAWAY FROM THE DOOR FRAME RELEASING THE RETAINING CLIPS, SOME FORCE WILL BE NEEDED PREPARE FOR SOME CLIPS TO BE BROKEN THEN LIFT THE DOOR PANEL UP SQUARELY NOW YOU CAN EASILY GAIN ACCESS TO ELECTRIC MOTOR.HOPE I WAS SOME HELP TO YOU THANKS STAN
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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