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Old 02-17-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
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I want to install parking sensors on my 08 A6 and wanted to see if anyone has ElsaWin or any other info which can assist me in disassembling rear bumper. Thanks.
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:05 AM   #2
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15 FIXINGS HOLD THE REAR BUBPER ON.

WHEN YOU HAVE REMOVED ALL OF THE FIXINGS, GIVE THE SIDES OF THE BUMPER A SHARP PULL DOWNWARDS AND THE BUMPER WILL SEPARATE FROM THE BODY.

PULL THE BUMPER REARWARDS.
I PLACED A DUVETT ON THE FLOOR BELOW THE BUMPER.









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Thanks for the info. Where are the fixings located? Seems like you reply with pictures (i see tags in html code) but I am not seeing the images on neither of your replies, here and on my parking sensors post. Thanks

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Yes, thank you, this can't get more detailed. I will install next weekend.
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Yes, thank you, this can't get more detailed. I will install next weekend.
Can you please take pics and do a DIY? thanks!
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Can you please take pics and do a DIY? thanks!
It's already been done by "royclark"

https://www.audiworld.com/forums/sho....php?t=2799074
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Anyone have pics on how to remove rear bumper? I already done this last year but need to replace one sensors but somehow Roy's pictures are gone
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Have a look at the attached PDF, it should help
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Awesome. Thank you!
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I want to install parking sensors on my 08 A6 and wanted to see if anyone has ElsaWin or any other info which can assist me in disassembling rear bumper. Thanks.

15 FIXINGS HOLD THE REAR BUBPER ON.
WHEN YOU HAVE REMOVED ALL OF THE FIXINGS, GIVE THE SIDES OF THE BUMPER A SHARP PULL DOWNWARDS AND THE BUMPER WILL SEPARATE FROM THE BODY.

PULL THE BUMPER REARWARDS.
I PLACED A DUVETT ON THE FLOOR BELOW THE BUMPER.













When you have removed the rear bumper, you will see that the positions for the reversing sensors are marked.
I used Cobra sensors. (Off ebay)
Just follow the instructions and you can't go wrong.



I drilled the four holed (20mm) with a steped drill.


Trace the reversing lighrt wire. to get your signal from.

It is connected to the reversing light wire. (See arrow marked Reversing light wire) Put the gearshift into reverse then, with a circut tester find the live wire, If its the correct one the test light will go out when you take it out of reverse.










The four sensor wires are run into the trunk through the rubber grommet (shown here - see arrow - through grommet) THIS GOES DIRECTLY INTO THE TRUNK.


It is connected to the reversing light wire. (See arrow marked Reversing light wire) Put the gearshift into reverse then, with a circut tester find the live wire, If its the correct one the test light will go out when you take it out of reverse.











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Got everything fixed today. Thank you once again.
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