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What tools come with a S5 in the trunk?

Just curious, what tools should be found in the trunk of a S5?

Here is a picture from Audi parts and a picture inside my car.

For example, where should I think the tow hook?
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It depends on the market your S5 belongs. Is it US/CAN, EU, UK, etc. In my S5 (Canada), all of the tools shown in the parts diagram except for the tire inflator, tire pressure gauge, and the bottle of fix-a-flat. There is a slot in the tool tray for the wheel lock key. Not sure if you have wheel locks. I do not know how to answer your question about the tow hook. I could not understand what you are trying to ask. (where should I think the tow hook?)


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Yes, I can't seem to find the tow hook or wheel nut pull tool. I do not have a wheel lock.
There seem to be open "slots" in my compartment.
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Yes, I can't seem to find the tow hook or wheel nut pull tool. I do not have a wheel lock.
There seem to be open "slots" in my compartment.
I could not really find a place for the lug nut cover pull tool. Right now, it is just inserted in the rounded slot where the angled end of the tire wrench is fitted. As for the tow hook, it sits underneath the tire wrench. Did you acquire your S5 new or used? If new, you should go back to your dealer and ask for the missing tools. If used, well, you can acquire the missing tools through Ebay or your favorite online Audi parts and accessories store.


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I could not really find a place for the lug nut cover pull tool. Right now, it is just inserted in the rounded slot where the angled end of the tire wrench is fitted. As for the tow hook, it sits underneath the tire wrench. Did you acquire your S5 new or used? If new, you should go back to your dealer and ask for the missing tools. If used, well, you can acquire the missing tools through Ebay or your favorite online Audi parts and accessories store.
I bought it used. Thanks for checking. I will have a look if I can find the tow hook underneath.

On a related note. I would like a set of 5 spare wheel lug bolts for the Audi spare wheel in the trunk. I have different winter wheels with different lugs. I looked at the original bolts which seem very expensive. Does anyone know if there are cheaper aftermarket bolts?
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The factory bolts are standard, there is just more than one standard :-)

They are:

M14 x 1.5, 27mm Thread, Radius or ball seat

Aftermarket wheels often seem to use a cone seat instead. I recently bought a full set when I switched back to Audi rotor alloys and they cost me 16.99 for 20.

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The factory bolts are standard, there is just more than one standard :-)

They are:

M14 x 1.5, 27mm Thread, Radius or ball seat

Aftermarket wheels often seem to use a cone seat instead. I recently bought a full set when I switched back to Audi rotor alloys and they cost me 16.99 for 20.
Would this work?
http://www.autohausaz.com/search/pro...FQiSaQody4sPDA
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