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Under the car: You will be able to open the hood if you pull off your splash guard and use a long long flat head screwdriver or something like that. You'll see the hood latch in front of the radiator with the cable attached to it at the top near the hood, put it on the drivers side edge of the bottom of the latch and pry to the passenger side, the lever moves from the drivers side to the passengers side, the cable basically pulls the top of it to achieve this. so your doing the same thing on the bottom with the screwdriver.
Release the latch from underneath by the lever that you have to pry towards the passenger side. Then open the hood, and replace the safety release mechanism broken cable.
For 2007 Audi A6 depending on the engine type, there are two placements for cabin air filters: 1. The cabin air filters are placed on the right bottom side of the central console - passenger side, for 2007 Audi A6 Avant. Remove the carpet and behind the plastic cover are cabin filters. When installing new filters see for the correct position - air flow is indicated by an arrow. See pictures below:
2. For the second placement, besides you need to remove the glove box for access and replace cabin air filters. Check first your car situation. If you will give me your e-mail address, I will send you photos with cabin filters replacement for 2007 Audi A6, because the www.fixya.com website is limited to 150 kb traffic.
The cabin air filter is placed on the right bottom side of the dash panel - passenger side, for 2006 Audi A6. Remove the carpet and behind the plastic cover is the cabin filter. When installing new filter see for the correct position - air flow is indicated by arrow. See pictures below:
You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. If needed, you can pull back the weather seal
(can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to
access everything inside the door
BE PREPARED FOR ALOT OF WORK IF YOU ARE TO REMOVE THE DASH. FAN UNIT ITSELF IS NOT THAT DIFFICULT IT IS LOCATED PASSENGER LOWER SIDE BEHIND GLOVE BOX. CHECK TO SEE IF YOU CAN SEE YOUR EVAPORATOR THROUGH YOUR CABIN FILTER WHICH IS UNDER HOOD NEAR WINDSHIELD PASSENGER SIDE.
This info is wrong, remove the screws at the top of the panel along the edge ( one on the hinge edge and one on the latch edge. Remove the cover from the interior door handle by locating the hole on the bottom edge of the handle, insert a punch to release the cover, once the cover is released remove the 2 screws holding the handle on. Remove the handle.Once the handle is removed take the black trim piece that the handle seats into off. Pull the interior latch handle forward enough the remove the cable. Remove the latch handle. There is a small hole in the vynal under the latch handle, the last remaining screw that holds the panel on is inside this hole, remove it. The hole is hard to see, this took me several hours to find not knowing it was there. Remove the window switch module by sliding a screwdriver under the edge that faces the latch end of the door, push in the metal clip and pry up on the switch assembly. there are 2 plastic tabs that hook into the arm rest on the hinge end, that is why you must pry up from the latch end. Disconnect the plugs from the switch. Now you are ready to remove the panel. grasp the panel through the hole for the latch handle and pull up about 1" the panel should com free from the door. Do not pry the panel out from the door or you will break the plastic tabs that hold the panel on. Once you lift the panel up and off the door you will need to disconnect 2 electrical connectors and remove the white foam plug that seals the window switch harness into the arm rest and remove the window control wires from the panel.
Audi dealer solved it - the side of the bulkhead on the passengers door has a removable panel to allow work access and it was this that caused the problem.I have since purchased an A5 which has a rattle in the B column on the drivers side and it has been back to garage (twice) - It would seem that just because you are paranoid it does not mean that they are not out to get you.