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Anyone change/install their own inlays?

I'm getting my car in the next few days. I got lucky because it was really close to my first choice build... Only thing is it has the standard aluminum inlay vs. my desired carbon fiber... Is changing out the inlay an easy process or should I not even bother?

Sorry if this is a FAQ... I did a search and didn't get much results...
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i had my center changed in my s5 from that gross black to the aluminum. i wish i waited i would have bought it from you .. honestly i would just have an audi dealer do it. labor on all is about 2-3 hrs. at least thats what they charged me.
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There are a few threads on here discussing it, including one where someone went into ETKA (the electronic parts/service system) and pulled the installation diagram.

Installation should be pretty easy for the door inlays (and the inlays in the back). Installation around the center console will be a bit tricker and you might want to consider getting that from a dealer.

BTW the inlays are expensive if you order them from Audi parts - I don't think $1K for the parts alone would be unreasonable as a guesstimate.
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i think i paid 225.00 for the center piece & i think carbon is the same. but imo RIP OFF. but then again were drivin S5s
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I'm getting my car in the next few days. I got lucky because it was really close to my first choice build... Only thing is it has the standard aluminum inlay vs. my desired carbon fiber... Is changing out the inlay an easy process or should I not even bother?

Sorry if this is a FAQ... I did a search and didn't get much results...

Replacing the inlays in the a5/s5 is not extremely difficult but takes patience and time. If you rush this job, you'll break $1,000 parts of this $1,000 set.

I recently changed out my interior inlays.. It took about 4 hours to do the side doors and back panels (left and right respectively) and the whole console.. I tried doing just the console trim by itself but I don't see how anybody can remove the trim without breaking it... Its popped into the console so tight, you'll break tabs and scratch your console and inlays trying to do it.. You will have to take the console all the way off to attempt any removal of the console trim..

To do the side pieces, obtain either a small screwdriver or a plastic wedge tool at your local parts store... Wrap the screwdriver in tape if your going to use that..

Back panels:

Gently pry on on the edge of the trim inlay on the side that is closest to the front of the car.. then do the other side and it will pull all the way out and back.. put your finger underneath the newly popped out and pull at a even tug and the rest should pop off.. Do this on both sides.. Be careful that you just don't go yanking one side all the way because there is a L-tab that sticks into the body of the car and its the part that can hook and break off when you are pulling out..

Front left and right panels:

The same applies here... Gently insert your plastic wedge tool or a small screwdriver under the edge at the ends of the inlay IN BETWEEN the inlay and the door panel and gently and carefully insert laterally and pry up slowly.. Make sure your screwdriver or whatever you are using is under the inlay deep enough so it doesn't pop out and scratch the existing inlay. They pop off pretty easy but don't be too timid.. DON"T PUT YOUR WEIGHT INTO IT! HAHA Pull evenly..

Center console:

The center console took 3:30 of the total time, of 4 hours.. There is quite a lot of screws and plastic tabs to pull, the trim, shift boot, center console module with your MMI interface needs to come up, ash tray removed, your air conditioner vents for the back passengers need to come totally off and screws removed and arm wrest lid needs to come off totally.. The whole console is one piece... It must be lifted up and out of the car as a whole.

I'm currently trying to do a write up on this but there are like 40 steps I think that I have already prepared.. I might actually recommend taking this to a dealer cause that way they are responsible for an scratches and the effort it takes to do this.. However, I'll try to help anybody that needs or has questions..

For Houston people, I'll do this for about $75 and a 12-pack of Negra Modelo.. LOL

Pictures and DIY to come...

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texastate, all I can say is WOW! I'm sure this detailed information will come in quite handy for those folks who want to tackle this job alone. Thanks for sharing.

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Replacing the inlays in the a5/s5 is not extremely difficult but takes patience and time. If you rush this job, you'll break $1,000 parts of this $1,000 set.

I recently changed out my interior inlays.. It took about 4 hours to do the side doors and back panels (left and right respectively) and the whole console.. I tried doing just the console trim by itself but I don't see how anybody can remove the trim without breaking it... Its popped into the console so tight, you'll break tabs and scratch your console and inlays trying to do it.. You will have to take the console all the way off to attempt any removal of the console trim..

To do the side pieces, obtain either a small screwdriver or a plastic wedge tool at your local parts store... Wrap the screwdriver in tape if your going to use that..

Back panels:

Gently pry on on the edge of the trim inlay on the side that is closest to the front of the car.. then do the other side and it will pull all the way out and back.. put your finger underneath the newly popped out and pull at a even tug and the rest should pop off.. Do this on both sides.. Be careful that you just don't go yanking one side all the way because there is a L-tab that sticks into the body of the car and its the part that can hook and break off when you are pulling out..

Front left and right panels:

The same applies here... Gently insert your plastic wedge tool or a small screwdriver under the edge at the ends of the inlay IN BETWEEN the inlay and the door panel and gently and carefully insert laterally and pry up slowly.. Make sure your screwdriver or whatever you are using is under the inlay deep enough so it doesn't pop out and scratch the existing inlay. They pop off pretty easy but don't be too timid.. DON"T PUT YOUR WEIGHT INTO IT! HAHA Pull evenly..

Center console:

The center console took 3:30 of the total time, of 4 hours.. There is quite a lot of screws and plastic tabs to pull, the center console module with your MMI interface needs to come up, your air conditioner vents and arm wrest lid needs to come off and etc. I'm currently trying to do a write up on this but there are like 40 steps I think that I have already prepared.. I might actually recommend taking this to a dealer cause that way they are responsible for an scratches and the effort it takes to do this.. However, I'll try to help anybody that needs or has questions..

For Houston people, I'll do this for about $75 and a 12-pack of Negra Modelo.. LOL

Pictures and DIY to come...

The Carbon Atlas inlays are a $500 option on the car and the Stainless Steel are $750. Where are these $1,000 prices on parts alone from?
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The Carbon Atlas inlays are a $500 option on the car and the Stainless Steel are $750. Where are these $1,000 prices on parts alone from?
Yeah.. But if you wish to choose a different look later, they are $1,000 + some change.. Audi subsidizes the cost, but if you want to change later, you pay..

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HAHA nice.. To bad your not near San Diego... I'm a California native back in the day!

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I will be taking pictures along with the ones I already have and trying to write up a procedure that is easy to follow..

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I will be taking pictures along with the ones I already have and trying to write up a procedure that is easy to follow..
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Audi subsidizes the cost, but if you want to change later, you pay..
Lol, i'm not sure you understand how manufacturers work... Audi BUILDS IN the price, I can assure you they dont subsidize parts, its simply not in their interest to do so.

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Lol, i'm not sure you understand how manufacturers work... Audi BUILDS IN the price, I can assure you they dont subsidize parts, its simply not in their interest to do so.
Yeah, they definitely "build it in".... to the price of the vehicle.. Subsidize is the wrong word in this case.. I was trying to relate that they list it as a $500 change but really, he's probably paying $1,000 anyway since it was part of the vehicle at sale time..

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I had the dealer replace my piano black center console inlay w/the factory aluminum-look piece and the labor charge was 3.0 hours. As was outlined in previous posts, the center console inlay is fragile and you do need to exercise some care to avoid breaking anything.

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Great posting!

Would you mind if I ask your text to be added (with credit to you of course) to this non-profit website for future reference?

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Yes, I would think that wouldn't be a big deal... I'm not the only one who has done this besides..

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I had the dealer replace my piano black center console inlay w/the factory aluminum-look piece and the labor charge was 3.0 hours. As was outlined in previous posts, the center console inlay is fragile and you do need to exercise some care to avoid breaking anything.
3 hours is reasonable i guess... I know now that I can take apart everything and put it back together in about 1.5 hours... I've had this all apart, put it back on, didn't get it right, took it off again ect.. I spent so much time with it, it feels pretty easy now somewhat.. I still have to be careful though.. Each piece is expensive.. I did damage one piece performing this swap.... I'll outline it and why I made the mistake here soon with pics..

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Well... Whenever I take car parts apart and put them back together again.... I always end up with around 6-10 screws leftover. I think I'll have my dealer do this... heh.
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Hey Texastate good job! Hey what inlays did you have that you replaced ? Were they the dark wood? If would be interested in buying them from you. I want to replace me Light wood Inlays with dark wood . Let me know . Thanks


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Hey Texastate good job! Hey what inlays did you have that you replaced ? Were they the dark wood? If would be interested in buying them from you. I want to replace me Light wood Inlays with dark wood . Let me know . Thanks


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I went from the Dark Wood to the Carbon Fiber... Both look great actually on this car and I'd consider selling the extra set... I'll think about it while I'm writing this DIY...

Oh.. FYI, they are in flawless condition..

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Any one have a brushed aluminum center console piece their willing to sell?

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i know this is sort of an old thread, but did the write up for the procedure ever get made?
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i had my center changed in my s5 from that gross black to the aluminum. i wish i waited i would have bought it from you .. honestly i would just have an audi dealer do it. labor on all is about 2-3 hrs. at least thats what they charged me.
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This can't bee true!! right ? I guess since from these postings procedures to install interior kit has been improved .

The instruction that I got from Europrice seems very easy to achieve. Does anyone has experience on this matter?. I am purchasing my CF interior kit! I need some help asap.


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