Question about Audi A6
Yes their is a clip thingy that has to be pushed in but i often fine they have gone hard with time and rather than risk cutting myself or slashing my hand as these silly plastic clips defy all attempts at disconnecting i just jam a small screwdriver in and break the retaining clip then worry about reconnecting afterwards ,like with a plastic tie or a bit of bodge wire to hold it together again
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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