I tried removing this earlier this year unsuccessfully.. The fastener at the rear is a plastic rivet with a push pin center. That only loosened up the whole plastic vanity panel but it seemed to clip onto (at the front of the seat) what looks like 15 in your photo and I could not get any angle nor light up in there to see how it was fastened or clipped on there.
That being said, I only needed access to the seat adjustor and I got enough access with just the rear push pin rivet off.
Take the seat out, then you'll have easy access to loosen the metal frame it's hooked on to...
Once it's loose you can easily remove the panel after unscrewing the 2/3 controlers that are on the back of it (remove the switches first though).
Links to the latest versions of firmware and map update (with activator)
Firmware, in order:
0031_3 - https://mega.nz/#!0QMzmBrY!dvXVnAimkFaiNBqt_W49XYVAQdHstOJC39Q5exO8g0w
0206_3 - https://mega.nz/#!JU8VTaCC!BFFwWdE-x2Tlj8ZsWG69LOGw2dW4QJBhsHRm3H5IN50
I have a 2010 A5 cabriolet (B8F) and looking to install Bluetooth. The
A lot of threads mention getting tune2air but I was wondering what cheaper alternatives are out there.
On the other hand I am also exploring more expensive options and open to retrofitting a new entertainment system...
This is probably a silly question, but I have a 2012 A5 Quattro S-Line and was told it had heated seats, but I've never found to On/Off switch.
Should my car have heated seats and if so where is the On/Off switch