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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    Aug 17 2015
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    Avant Left Rear Storage Compartment

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    Hey all, my car was recently wrecked in the left rear quarter, and while it was at the body shop I sourced some really clean rear interior panels and had the body shop install them while they had it apart. Well yesterday I was cleaning out my car and I was going to put a spare quart of oil in my left rear storage cubby, so I opened the door to find a giant hole! What goes there? My original panel was one piece. My car is an '02 and the panel came from an '04 or '05, of that helps. Here's what I'm talking about.


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    Active Member One Ring
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    Bc, canada

    It's a storage compartment that you can put random stuff in except usually it has a back to it.. looks like this is the extended edition.

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    Registered Member Three Rings
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    more room for activities!

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    Senior Member Four Rings eljay's Avatar
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    NS

    I have a bracket there for satellite radio receiver. Mine's a 2005.
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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    '64 VW Type 3 Notch, '66 Type 3 Fastback, '77 Rabbit 2.0L 16v w/ITBs, '84 944, '99 323i
    Location
    Evansville, IN

    OK, I guess this came from a car with satellite radio. My original panel didn't have a giant hole in it, and I never thought to take the door off when I bought all the rear interior out of a parts car (the rest of my hatch interior was pretty ratty). I wonder if they make a filler for non-satellite radio having cars?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Turbavanttro's Avatar
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    Pennsylvania

    The large black plastic piece/bracket for the SAT radio should be there even if your car didn't come with SAT. Maybe not for 02-03 Avants though, I'm not sure.

    I have an 04 that was not originally equipped with SAT and I had the bracket there.
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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    '64 VW Type 3 Notch, '66 Type 3 Fastback, '77 Rabbit 2.0L 16v w/ITBs, '84 944, '99 323i
    Location
    Evansville, IN

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbavanttro View Post
    The large black plastic piece/bracket for the SAT radio should be there even if your car didn't come with SAT. Maybe not for 02-03 Avants though, I'm not sure.

    I have an 04 that was not originally equipped with SAT and I had the bracket there.
    Can you post a pic of what that looks like?

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    Senior Member Two Rings Lauri0112's Avatar
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    Estonia

    I have the cd based navigation there. Picture from audiworld.



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