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Old 09-05-18, 04:45 PM   #1
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Hi All
It's ask the audience once again,
How do I remove the black plastic trim across the full length of the boot, just below the number plate.
It houses the number plate lights.
I want to spray the boot lid and thought it would be simpler to strip the fixture and fittings rather than masking.
I've undone six 8mm nuts but am i missing anything?

P.S. I assume the Audi & quattro badges are stuck on
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Old 09-05-18, 04:50 PM   #2
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Hi All
It's ask the audience once again,
How do I remove the black plastic trim across the full length of the boot, just below the number plate.
It houses the number plate lights.
I want to spray the boot lid and thought it would be simpler to strip the fixture and fittings rather than masking.
I've undone six 8mm nuts but am i missing anything?

P.S. I assume the Audi & quattro badges are stuck on
The badges will come off with some care and can be refitted with double sided tape and a sharp blade to remove any unwanted tape.
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Thanks Colin, I managed to get the trim off just now, a bit of sealant around the electrics and 30 years of muck
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