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  1. Radiator "bottom skirt" 
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    Just replacing the front wings on my 80, and behind the front bumper, below the rad is a plastic "skirt" bolted to the front crossmember and contacting the under tray. I cant find a part number for it in parts list (not on bumper or rad pages anyway?) It is smashed at one end, along with the plastic "surround" under the n/s headlamp (again cant find the p/n for this.)
    Any help identifying these would be appreciated or if someone is breaking an 80 I would be interested.
    Not really "essential" parts, but while I have it in pieces I might as well sort it.
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    Which year and engine is it?
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    Sorry. 1994 Tdi B4
     
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    We need to go deeper than that, engine code (e.g. AAZ) but as I see it you need 8G0 121 281 A but if you do that went obsoleted in February 2015 without replacement
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    1.9 1Z TDI
    Thanks for the part code. I have seen a few broken ones!
     
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    1Z manual is 8G0 121 281, the A version is for AAZ and 1Z auto. The C version for the 6 cylinder is available from Audi Tradition.
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