Take out Glove Box, Audi A6, '99

Anyone has a diagram / Picture / instruction for taking out the Glove Box to access the Cruise Control Computer behind it.
Any help is appreciated.
Tony
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This is really easy..
The glovebox is a self contained item including door.
You'll find 5 hex screws to fix it. If you open the door, there are three screws on the top of the opening. One left, one right, and one in the middle close to the lock.
You'll find the third screw if you trace the outline of the glovebox - which at the same time is the edge of the dashboard there - at the door side. Down somewhere there is a gap where the glovebox ends and the screw is there.. easily accessible from the footwell.
The 5th screw is really close to the central console.. about the same height/level as the 4th screw.
Open them all, the glovebox comes out easily.. just be careful about the wire connected to the glovebox interior lighting. You will have to unplug that once you lowered the glovebox a bit.
Installing the thing is similarly easy, just fiddle a bit until the box sits nicely in place.. no noteworthy forces needed.. unless you have a hands free kit, and a whole bunch of cables for your alpine navi and stuff behind it *cough*
Regards
Wolfgang (A6 Avant '99)
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Thanks a million, will do that over the w/e.
Best,
Tony
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Tony wrote:

mixed up the screw count here :-)
It's obviously screw number 4 you'll find that way.
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Wolfgang
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