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  1. Screw Holes in on top of doorway? Could it hold a bulb? 
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    Hello,
    So I brought my Audi A1 2013 3 door last year and have loved driving it ever since. A few months had passed and I notice these holes that look like it could hold a small bulb or something. I tried to search around on the internet for something as I think it could be a version of a door light or something? I could really do with your help. I’ve attached a photo for reference, it’s on both the driver and passenger side. Thanks!F6A91956-625F-40B7-A37E-346DA27C64D2.jpg
     
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    They are for attaching a roof rack to your car, they are the fixing points.
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    Even though they are on the inside of the car door frame? I should have specified.
     
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    Yes, have a search for the roof rack for your car and it will make sense.
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    Yes the roof rack clamps come under the roof above the doors top frame and pegs engage in the holes, similar to this

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