RS3 style FRONT GRILLE can give the audi a3 a nice appearance.The Audi A3 is a small family/subcompact executive car manufactured and marketed since 1996 by the Audi subdivision of the Volkswagen Group,and it is loved by many people.If there are minor collisions or splashes of rocks hitting your car while driving,you may face the problem of replacing your rs3 style FRONT GRILLE.
If you plan to replace your rs3 style FRONT GRILLE by yourself, you can refer to our introduction.
Five steps to easily replace your rs3 style FRONT GRILLE
Step One:Remove the Grille Top
First you have to remove the grille from its seating in the front of the car. Open the hood and remove the plastic rivets that hold the grille cover down.
Step Two: Unbolt the Grille
Take time to locate all the bolts that hold the grille in place. These may need spraying with some WD40 or other liquid lubricant to help get them moving. Next choose the appropriately sized spanner or socket head and use this to take all the nuts off the top of the bolts.
Step Three: Remove the Grille from the Car
It should now be possible to remove the grille from its seating in the car, which will require a little manoeuvring to detach it from its holding position. Press down on the four tabs across the top of the grille then pull the grille out by hand.
Step Four: Slot in the New Grille
Next simply replace the old grille with the new grille by reversing the removal process. It may well be that there’s a need to slide this part in place and click it into position, this should simply require a modicum of precise effort and action. Make sure that it is firmly in place before proceeding to the next step.
Step Five: Bolt in the Grille
Retrieve the bolts from their resting place and use them to fix the new grille in place.Replace the grille in the reverse of removal.
When you have finished the replacement work, take the car for a test drive and if there is any kind of rattling or knocking sound coming from the rs3 style FRONT GRILLE, this probably means it is not correctly seated in place. Take the time to inspect it again and ensure that all the bolts are tight enough and the part is properly fitted in the car's bodywork.