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Old 02-28-2007, 10:09 AM
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new to the whole audi thing you think i could install the DV?
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Yeah - pop it off - put the new one on - simple
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ya the only difficult part is that its hard to get to. but other then that its simple
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it was a piece of cake installing mine, just crawl under the car by the lower left corner (if looking at front of car), and you will see it with three hoses connected to it
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It was the very first thing i have ever done to a car and it was easy. Its just a little cramped so its hard to get your hands in there. but that is if your on the ground
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Its not a big deal, pretty easy job.... I did mine in like 10mins
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the hardest part will be taking off and puting on the belly plate while you are laying on the ground and trying to hold the plate up and screw it in
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should i get a forge or bailey DV?
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Just watch how you take off the old one and it is a piece of cake.
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