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Old 07-15-2017, 08:33 AM
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Default How to remove Cup holder trim around MMI Center Console

I have P+ A4 B9 and I seem to face a unevenly lit Cup holder lighting (ambient lighting), one corner is brighter than the other end.
I'm guessing the LED isn't centered through the plastic part responsible for illumination.

I tried to remove the trim around the cup holder, but was able to get one clip out and couldn't figure out the rest.

Anyone here has any idea on how to get the trim out ?

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Looks like multiple components may need to be removed first, but hope this helps.
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Originally Posted by CFM567 View Post
Looks like multiple components may need to be removed first, but hope this helps.
Thanks That'll be good help.
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I'm back home and on a real computer. Much easier this way. This one should have you covered. If you need anything else, let me know...

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Where can you get the Audi repair manual for the A4 B9?
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Why not take it to the dealership and have them fix it? Would be covered under warranty.
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Originally Posted by exmeaguy View Post
Where can you get the Audi repair manual for the A4 B9?
https://www.audiworld.com/forums/a6-...anual-2906937/

The thread above turned me on to it.

A vehicle specific manual can be purchased at https://www.factory-manuals.com/.
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The model listing shows the B8. Do they have the B9? I read in the other thread that the files are assembled by them specific to the VIN.
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The model listing shows the B8. Do they have the B9? I read in the other thread that the files are assembled by them specific to the VIN.
I'm not sure why his web site shows the B8 for 2017, but mine is VIN specific. On the document I uploaded, it clearly shows the MMI wheel and new shifter. As far as I can tell, you will receive the correct manual based on the VIN you provide. I haven't noticed a single discrepancy with mine.

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I'm not sure why his web site shows the B8 for 2017, but mine is VIN specific. On the document I uploaded, it clearly shows the MMI wheel and new shifter. As far as I can tell, you will receive the correct manual based on the VIN you provide. I haven't noticed a single discrepancy with mine.

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