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  1. Removal of audi 80 cabriolet instrument cluster 
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    Hi,
    i have just purchased a 1999 black 2.6e cabriolet with sport pack, i need to remove the instrument cluster to replace some of the bulbs, I have read previous posts on the subject but cannot seem to find the screw driver head type for removing the steering column cover to allow me access to the cluster screws. I have tried with a torch looking underneath but the holes are too narrow to make out the type.

    Does anybody know the size and type of screw driver to remove the 2 screws nearest to the steering wheel??

    thanks
    jeff
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  2. Re: Removal of audi 80 cabriolet instrument cluster 
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    From memory its just a philips or pozi, but keep in mind that the screw is at an odd angle, for instance, aims from 5 o-clock to eleven o-clock, as it tightens a circular clamp around the column
    A6 2.4 SE (2000)S3 1.8T (2001)80 Coupe 2.3 (1991)
    A3 1.8T sport (1997)A4 3.0 QST (2002)
    80 Coupe 2.6S (1995)A4 Cab 2.4 sport (2002) Another 2.6 '95 coupe in byzanz purple
    '88 type 89 90 saloon kv 5 pot A4 1.8T 2001
     
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