The Audi A6 is a European-designed sedan with a luxurious body and bold headlights. As a result of a collision, the headlights on the Audi A6 are prone to crack, in which case you'll need to change them. You can also replace the headlights with aftermarket units to modify the appearance of the A6. Changing the headlights is easy, and the process also works on the Audi A4. 2002 Audi A6 headlights are available for purchase at most auto parts stores and online stores, including partsgeek.com with the part number 7482-01061047.
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Things you need
- T25 Torx driver
Pop the bonnet of the Audi and remove both T25 screws on top of the Audi's headlights, with a T25 Torx driver.
Loosen but do not remove the two T25 screws located at the sides of the headlights using your Torx driver. Connect the T25 driver with an extension piece to access the screws.
Slide out the Audi's headlights and pull the metal clips found at the back of the headlights to detach the wiring and to completely detach the headlights from the Audi.
Repeat the steps in reverse with the new headlights.
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