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    Active Member Two Rings h3lvtca's Avatar
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    Cool Seat Cargo Net Removal + Part #?

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    Hey y'all, are there any DIY's that exist to help me remove my cargo nets from the back of the drivers and passenger seats?

    Mine are torn and I'd like to replace them. I can't find the replacement ones on ECS, does anyone have a part number?

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    Active Member One Ring NergalX's Avatar
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    I think the part you want is this below, but it depends on what color you need.
    IMO I would just remove the nets and leave the plastic trim or just buy/upgrade seats.

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    Senior Member Three Rings PwrWgn's Avatar
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    You should look for an entire seatback w/ cargo net installed. They are pretty easy to remove from the seat of a donor car (just pops out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PwrWgn View Post
    You should look for an entire seatback w/ cargo net installed. They are pretty easy to remove from the seat of a donor car (just pops out).
    I finally found my replacement seatback! I would like to know specifically where to pull/push the seatback to replace it. I wasn't successful finding any DIY's out there for this (probably) uncommon replacement. Any tips or tricks?

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    Active Member Two Rings h3lvtca's Avatar
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    plz halp

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    Active Member Two Rings h3lvtca's Avatar
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    Happy Saturday y'all, any insight on how to remove the dang seatback?

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    Senior Member Three Rings PwrWgn's Avatar
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    There is really not much to it. Should be pretty easy to see from on the replacement part - I think there are just a few basic clips. Might have used a pry tool when I did mine but nothing special required.

    http://workshop-manuals.com/audi/a4_...ckrest_covers/

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    Active Member Two Rings h3lvtca's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PwrWgn View Post
    There is really not much to it. Should be pretty easy to see from on the replacement part - I think there are just a few basic clips. Might have used a pry tool when I did mine but nothing special required.

    http://workshop-manuals.com/audi/a4_...ckrest_covers/
    Thanks a whole lot! I have the "D" version of the seatback, and it looks like I need to just reach my big paw behind and undo the clip with a flathead screwdriver. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

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