MK6 Golf 034Motorsport Dogbone Install

MK6 Golf 034Motorsport Dogbone Install

Introduction

In this tutorial we’ll show you how to install a 034Motorsport Dogbone Insert in your MK6 Golf GTI / R. This is a very simple installation, and greatly improves the feel and drivability of your vehicle!

Tools & Parts Required

Step 1

Securely raise the vehicle and locate the dogbone mount, which is rearwards of the transmission. Using a 21mm socket, remove the bolt as indicated.

Step 2

Insert the dogbone into the mount, with the 034Motorsport logo facing towards the front of the vehicle.

Step 3

Reinstall the factory dogbone bolt, and torque to 100nm.

If you find the bolt does not line up, simply push the transmission towards the rear of the car and attempt to install the bolt again. Only 1-2mm of movement is required.

MK6 Golf Changing Tail Light Globes

MK6 Golf Changing Tail Light Globe

Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace your brake and indicator globes on a MK6 Golf.

Tools & Parts Required

  • Trim Removal Tool
  • Replacement Globe

Globe Types:

Rear Indicators
T20A / W21W / 7440A 21W
Rear Position Light
T15 / W16W / 921 9W
Brake Light (Non – R)
T15 / W16W / 921 9W

Step 1

To access the globes, we need to remove the entire tail light assembly. First, peel back the carpet inside the boot using a trim removal tool.

Step 2

Unplug the wiring loom as indicated by the pink arrow.

Next, support the tail light and begin to unscrew the white pin, by turning anti-clockwise. Remove the white pin entirely.

Step 3

You can now remove the entire tail light assembly.

Step 4

Looking at the back of the tail light, you will find five tabs that secure the globe assembly in place. Gently release each tab and seperate the two pieces.

Step 5

Here you can see the Brake Globe and Indicator Globe. Simply pull upwards to remove these globes.

Toyota Hilux Engine Oil Change (6th Gen)

Toyota Hilux 6th Generation

Introduction

This tutorial will show you how to perform an engine oil change on your 3.0L Diesel Toyota Hilux.

Tools and Parts Required

  • Oil Filter (Sakura C-1121)
  • Crush Washer
  • Oil Filter Wrench
  • Socket Set
  • 10w-30 Oil (5.5L)
  • Oil Pan
  • Funnel

Step 1

Look under the car and locate the sump plug. It can be found on the back of the engine, facing the rear of the vehicle.

Position the oil pan under the sump plug.

Step 2

Using your socket set, loosen the sump plug and drain the oil into the pan. Be careful not to drop the bolt into the oil.

Step 3

Once the oil has drained from the sump, reinstall the sump plug with a new crush washer. Hand tighten.

Next we will change the oil filter. It is located on the side of the engine, and is easily visible from the engine bay.

Step 4

Using the oil filter wrench or your hand, grasp the filter and slowly turn anti-clockwise.

As the filter unscrews, a considerable amount of oil will begin to drip down the sides of the filter, so ensure you position the oil pan underneath.

Once removed, lubricate the seal of your new oil filter and fill three quarters with fresh oil. This helps reduce oil starvation. Carefully screw back onto the vehicle, hand tighten.

Step 5

Once the filter has been replaced, prepare to fill the engine with fresh oil. You will need to fill approximately 5.5L, checking the dipstick as the engine is filled.

Once you have filled the oil, close the cap and start the engine, idle for a few minutes. Inspect for leaks under the vehicle.

Turn the engine off, and after a few more minutes check the dipstick level once again as it may have dropped. Top up as required.

You have now completed an oil change on your Toyota Hilux.

Mazda CX5 Engine Oil Change

Mazda CX5 Diesel Engine Oil Change

Introduction

Are you looking to change the oil on your diesel Mazda CX-5? This tutorial will show you how to complete the process in a few easy steps. Frequent oil changes are recommended if your vehicle suffers from oil dilution, a common issue with Mazda 2.2L diesel engines.

Tools and Parts Required

  • Oil Filter
  • Oil Filter Wrench
  • Crush Washer
  • Hex Socket
  • 5w-30 Oil
  • Flat Screwdriver
  • Oil Pan

Step 1

First lift your vehicle to provide better access. Under the car you will locate a panel with four screws/clips. Remove this panel to reveal the engine sump.

Step 2

You can now see the sump plug. Use a hex tool to loosen and remove the plug.

Step 3

Drain the oil into an oil pan. Once drained, reinstall the sump plug with a new crush washer.

Step 4

We will now replace the oil filter. Looking forward from the sump, you will find a small panel to remove. This will reveal the filter.

Using the filter wrench, loosen and remove the oil filter. The filter will drip a large amount of oil, so ensure your oil pan is at the ready.

To help reduce oil starvation, half fill the new filter with fresh oil, and screw into position. Hand tighten.

Step 5

Lastly fill the engine with approximately 5.2L of 5w-30 fully synthetic oil. Continuously check the dipstick to ensure the oil is at the correct level.

Once filled, start and idle the engine for a few minutes. Turn the engine off and check for any leaks, and double check the dipstick as the level may have dropped slightly.

Mazda 3 (BL) Cabin Filter Change

Mazda 3 BL Cabin Filter

Introduction

This tutorial will show you how to change the cabin / pollen filter on your Mazda 3 (BL). Keeping your filter clean will greatly improve air conditioner performance and quality.

Tools and Parts Required

  • Screwdriver
  • Replacement Pollen Filters

Step 1

To begin, we need to remove the passenger side kick panel. This is done by releasing the two tabs as circled.

Step 2

Remove the side kick panel by pulling firmly outwards. It is held in place by three clips.

Step 3

We will now gain access to the filters. Remove the two screws on the sensor module, and gently remove the sensor.

Step 4

Behind the sensor you will find the first of two cabin filters. The first will simply slide outwards with ease.

Step 5

The second filter element is located above the first. To remove, simply wiggle downwards and it will drop to the lower level. Then slide the filter out.

Discard of both filters.

Step 6

To install the new filters, simply reverse the process. Slide the first filter in, then push upwards, adjusting the filter until it hooks onto the tabs, holding it in position.

Slide the second filter across into position, then reinstall the sensor and kick panels.

Mazda 3 (BL) Engine Oil Change

Mazda 3 BL Oil Change

Introduction

This tutorial will show you how to perform an engine oil change on your BL Mazda 3 with a 2.0L petrol engine.

Tools and Parts Required

  • Oil Filter (Sakura C-1936)
  • Crush Washer
  • Oil Filter Wrench
  • Socket Set
  • 4.3L of 5w-30 Oil
  • Oil Pan
  • Funnel

Step 1

Raise the car and locate the sump plug. It can be found on the back of the engine, facing the rear of the vehicle.

Position the oil pan under the sump plug.

Step 2

Using your socket set, loosen the sump plug and drain the oil into the pan. Be careful not to drop the bolt into the oil.

Step 3

Once the oil has drained from the sump, reinstall the sump plug with a new crush washer. Hand tighten.

Next we will change the oil filter. It is located on the front side of the engine, and is easily visible. Using the oil filter wrench, grasp the filter and slowly turn anti-clockwise.

As the filter unscrews, a considerable amount of oil will begin to drip down the sides of the filter, so ensure you position the oil pan underneath.

Once removed, lubricate the seal of your new oil filter and fill three quarters with fresh 5w-30 oil. This helps reduce oil starvation. Carefully screw back onto the vehicle, hand tighten.

Step 4

Once the filter has been replaced, lower the vehicle and prepare to fill the engine with fresh oil. You will need to fill approximately 4.3L, checking the dipstick as the engine is filled.

Once you have filled the oil, close the cap and start the engine, idling for a few minutes. Inspect for leaks under the vehicle.

Turn the engine off, and after a few more minutes check the dipstick level once again as it may have dropped. Top up as required.

You have now completed an oil change on your BL Mazda 3.

MK7 Golf Clutch Delay Valve Removal

MK7 Golf Clutch Delay Valve

Introduction

Some would call the removal of your clutch delay valve as the ‘Ultimate’ modification for any manual vehicle. It restores the direct feel many manual owners would be used to, and allows you to change gears with maximum accuracy.

What is a Clutch Delay Valve?
A delay valve is an inline restrictor which blocks you from hard launches and rapid gear changes. It delays and slows the pressure being applied to the clutch plate, thereby protecting the gearbox but increasing wear on the clutch. Unfortunately this also creates a poor driver experiance and unpredicatble clutch movements.

Parts and Tools Required

  • Flathead Screwdriver
  • Torx Set
  • DOT4 Brake Fluid
  • Brake Bleeder Kit

Step 1

For this task the air intake need to be removed. To remove the intake, unscrew as shown and release the clamp connected to the piping.

Step 2

Next, remove the screws shown by the red arrows. The air intake can then be removed.

Pull firmly upwards on the filter housing, which will release the rubber grommets. One is circled in green for reference. Once disengaged, wriggle the whole unit out of the vehicle.

Step 3

We’ll now remove the bleeder block, which also houses the delay valve. Place a cloth under the clutch line and release both clips attached to the bleeder.

Once the clutch line is disconnect it will start to rapidly drip. You can connect your brake bleeder kit to the clutch line to ‘block’ the line and prevent dripping.

Step 4

With the T-Piece removed from the vehicle you can see the clutch delay valve down the middle. This yellow piece is what we will remove.

Step 5

To remove the delay valve, release the centre clip and pull the bleeder valve out. You can then poke the clutch delay piece from the side, and it will fall out through the centre hole.

Step 6

We’ve now reassembled the clutch bleeder unit, ready for installation. You can also see the removed valve in this picture.

Step 7

Reinstall the bleeder block back into the vehicle. We now need to bleed the clutch line.

Step 8

Connect a brake bleeder kit and commence the bleeding process. This is done as follows:

  1. Open the brake fluid reservoir and ensure the fluid is at the MAX line.
  2. Crack open the bleeder valve 1/8th of a turn.
  3. With the assistance of a friend, depress the clutch pedal whilst watching the fluid flow into the bleeder kit. You will bubbles in the fluid.
  4. Close the bleeder valve.
  5. With your hand, pull up the clutch pedal which would have become ‘stuck’ on the firewall.
  6. Top up the fluid reservoir, back to the MAX line.
  7. Repeat these steps until no more bubbles are flowing out of the bleeder valve.

Step 9

The installation is now complete. If at any stage your clutch feels odd, or becomes stuck, bleed the fluid again as there is likely bubbles in the system.

MK7 Golf Braided Clutch Line Upgrade

MK7 Clutch Line

Introduction

This guide will show you how to upgrade your clutch line on a MK7 Golf with a manual transmission. Improve clutch feel with this easy modification, however get your paper towel as this job can get messy!

Parts and Tools Required

  • Flathead Screwdriver
  • Torx Set
  • DOT4 Brake Fluid
  • Braided Clutch Line
  • Brake Bleeder Kit

Step 1

For this task the battery and air intake need to be removed. To remove the intake, unscrew as shown and release the clamp connected to the piping.

Step 2

Next, remove the screws shown by the red arrows. The air intake can then be removed.

Pull firmly upwards on the filter housing, which will release the rubber grommets. One is circled in green for reference. Once disengaged, wriggle the whole unit out of the vehicle.

Step 3

Now the battery and battery tray need to be removed. First, disconnect the negative and positive battery terminals.

Step 4

Remove this bolt and release the battery holder.

Step 5

Slide the battery towards the front of the car and lift out of the vehicle.

Step 6

Unbolt the battery tray. It is held in place with four bolts as shown.

Step 7

Now you can see the clutch line. First we will disconnect the end closest to the firewall.

Step 8

Using a flathead screwdriver, release the metal clip holding the clutch line in place. It simply lifts up, however does not need to be completely removed.

You can now pull out the clutch line and connect the braided line in place.

Take Note: Once the clutch line is disconnected, it will start to drip. Prepare yourself with a substantial number of cloths and a container to catch the fluid.

Step 9

Place another cloth under the other end of the clutch line and release the clip attached to the bleeder. Remove the OEM clutch line and connect the braided line.

If you can complete this in one swift movement you will reduce the amount of brake fluid spillage.

Step 10

Connect a brake bleeder kit and commence the bleeding process. This is done as follows:

  1. Open the brake fluid reservoir and ensure the fluid is at the MAX line.
  2. Crack open the bleeder valve 1/8th of a turn.
  3. With the assistance of a friend, depress the clutch pedal whilst watching the fluid flow into the bleeder kit. You will bubbles in the fluid.
  4. Close the bleeder valve.
  5. With your hand, pull up the clutch pedal which would have become ‘stuck’ on the firewall.
  6. Top up the fluid reservoir, back to the MAX line.
  7. Repeat these steps until no more bubbles are flowing out of the bleeder valve.

Step 11

The installation is now complete. If at any stage your clutch feels odd, or becomes stuck, bleed the fluid again as there is likely bubbles in the system.

MK6 Golf Door Mirror Removal

MK6 Golf Door Trim

Introduction

Do you need to replace your door mirror? AutoInstruct will show you how!

This guide is applicable for both Driver and Passenger doors.

Tools Required

  • Torx Driver Set
  • Trim Removal Tools

Step 1

First you will need to remove the plastic trim on the door handle. Working from first arrow, pry the trim upwards.

When you reach the end, slide inwards as shown by the fourth arrow.

Step 2

Unbolt the following two bolts using a Torx driver.

Step 3

Looking at the underside of the door, remove the bolt as pictured.

Step 4

Using your hands and trim removal tools, work from the bottom of the door and start to release the clips. You need to pull very firmly to release the clips.

When the left, bottom and right sides are release, simply slide the trim upwards to release it from the window sill.

Step 5

With the door card loose, you need to unplug a series of wiring clips, which will vary between passenger and driver doors, as well as vehicle trim specification.

Next release the door lock cable by pushing the tab across and lifting outwards.

Step 6

Unplug the speaker and mirror electrics by following the cables down the door. Next, slide the speaker trim up to release the clips, then pull outwards.

This will reveal the single ‘Triple Square’ bolt securing the mirror.

Step 6

Whilst supporting the mirror, remove the bolt and pull the mirror off the vehicle.

Reinstallation

Step 1

Reinstall the mirror and speaker trim, reconnecting the associated electrical cables.

Step 2

Before door card reinstallation, ensure all clips are in the current position, with a gap as shown.

Step 3

Reconnect all wiring looms and the door lock cable. The cable slides into a slot as shown then clips down into position.

Step 4

Next, simply hook the door card onto the window sill, it is generally a very firm fit and takes some attempts to seat correctly. Then firmly push down across the door card making sure every clip ‘clicks’ in correctly.

Lastly reinstall all three bolts and door handle trim.

MK6 Golf Front Door Trim Removal

MK6 Golf Door Trim

Introduction

Upgrading your speakers? Fixing a rattle? This tutorial will show you how to remove the front door card on your MK6 Golf.

This guide is applicable for both Driver and Passenger doors.

Tools Required

  • Torx Driver Set
  • Trim Removal Tools

Step 1

First you will need to remove the plastic trim on the door handle. Working from first arrow, pry the trim upwards.

When you reach the end, slide inwards as shown by the fourth arrow.

Step 2

Unbolt the following two bolts using a Torx driver.

Step 3

Looking at the underside of the door, remove the bolt as pictured.

Step 4

Using your hands and trim removal tools, work from the bottom of the door and start to release the clips. You need to pull very firmly to release the clips.

When the left, bottom and right sides are release, simply slide the trim upwards to release it from the window sill.

Step 5

With the door card loose, you need to unplug a series of wiring clips, which will vary between passenger and driver doors, as well as vehicle trim specification.

Next release the door lock cable by pushing the tab across and lifting outwards.

Step 6

Here you can see the inside of the door trim and the associated clip locations we just released.

Reinstallation

Step 1

Before reinstallation, ensure all clips are in the current position, with a gap as shown.

Step 2

Reconnect all wiring looms and the door lock cable. The cable slides into a slot as shown then clips down into position.

Step 3

Next, simply hook the door card onto the window sill, it is generally a very firm fit and takes some attempts to seat correctly. Then firmly push down across the door card making sure every clip ‘clicks’ in correctly.

Lastly reinstall all three bolts and door handle trim.

MK7 Golf OBDeleven / VCDS Tweaks

MK7 GOLF R Bumper Plugs

Introduction

This page lists the most common OBDeleven / VCDS Tweaks for your MK7 Golf. These tweaks are also suitable for a wide variety of other Volkswagen, Skoda and Audi models, depending on equipment level and specification.

Tools Required

OBDeleven / VCDS Tweaks List

Drive Profile Display in Cluster
Select Control unit 19
Control unit long coding
Byte 08
Bit 4 Activate

ESP Option in Car Settings
Select Control unit 03
Control unit long coding
Byte 29
New Value 09

Oil Temperature Display in Cluster
Select Control unit 17
Control unit long coding
Byte 10
Bit 01 Activate

Fog Lights On with Indicator
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(2)-Static AFS Light Vorschrift
Value=FMVSS 517 108

Increase Intensity of Rear Lights
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(6)-Leuchte28RFL LC11-dimmwert AB28
Value=100
(6)-Leuchte29RFL RA64-dimmwert AB29
Value=100

Disable Start/Stop
Select Control unit 19
Adaptation
Start Stop Limit voltage
Value=12

LED Fog Light Warning Delete
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access code 31347
Adaptation
(1)LB45-Leuchte12NL Lasttyp-12
Value= 6-LED Lichtmodule
(6)Leuchte12NL LB45-Dimmwert AB 12
Value=127

XDS Differential Lock Adjustment
Select Control unit 03 (ABS)
Adaptation
Select: Expanded Electronic Differential Lock
Options: Weak-Normal-Hard

Dynamic Brakes
Select Control unit 03 (Brakes)
Adaptation
Channel 09
Value 2

Brake Drying System
Select Control unit 03 (ABS)
Adaptation
Select: Disc Drying
Options: Weak-Normal-Hard

Auto Close Windows When Raining
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access code 31347
Adaptation
(15) Access Control 2-Regenschliessen_ein_aus
Value: Permanent
(16) Access Control 2-Regenschliessen_art
Value: Permanent
(28) Zugriffskontrolle 2-Menuesteuerung Regenschliessen
Value:Aktif
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Control unit Long Coding
Subsystem: Rain / Light Sensor (RLS)
Byte 0
Bit 1-Bit 2 DeActivate

Activation of Optical Parking Sensor (OPS)
Select Control unit 10 (Assistance Situation)
Security access
Access Code 71679
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 2
Bit 0 Activate

Alternating Indicator Lights (Pace Car Lights)
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(16)-Leuchte2SL VLB10-Lichtfunktion G 2
Select: Blinken Links Dunkelphase
(18)-Leuchte2SL VLB10-Dimmwert GH 2
Select: yeni değer 0
(19)-Leuchte2SL VLB10-Dimming Direction GH 2
Select: yeni değer minimize
(16)-Leuchte3SL VRB21-Lichtfunktion G 3
Select: Blinken Links Dunkelphase
(18)-Leuchte3SL VRB21-Dimmwert GH 3
Select: yeni değer 0
(19)-Leuchte3SL VRB21-Dimming Direction GH 3
Select: yeni değer minimize

Fan Speed Display on Auto Mode
Select Control unit 08 (Air condition A/C)
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 11
Bit 6 Activate

Adjust Door Led Light Intensity
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(6)-Leuchte16BLK SLB35BLK SL KC9-Dimmwert AB 16
Select: max 127
(6)-Leuchte17TFLR SRB3TFL R SR KC3-Dimmwert AB 17
Select: max 127

Avoid Dimming LED Lights when Indicating
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(12)-Leuchte2SL VLB10-Lichtfunction E2
Select: not active
(12)-Leuchte3SL VRB21-Lichtfunction E3
Select: not active

Cornering Fog Light Activation
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(5) Leuchte12NL LB45-Lichtfunktion B12 auswählen
Select:Abbiegelicht links
(5) Leuchte13NL RB5-Lichtfunktion B13 auswählen
Select:Abbiegelicht rechts

Adjusting Cornering Fog Light Sensitivity (Speed Threshold)
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Security Code 31347
Adaptation
(3) Static cornering light lower speed threshold
New Value=0
(4) Static cornering light upper speed threshold
New Value=50

CD Eject Button Activation
Select Control unit 5F (Informationselektronik)
Adaptation
Button for CD eject status
Value=Blocked

Mirror Down in Reverse
Select Control unit 52 (Türelektr. Beifahr.)
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 04
Bit 2-Activate
Bit 3-Activate
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(15) Access Control 2-Spiegelabsenkung bei Rueckwaertsfahrt
Value=Active
(20) Access Control 2-Menuesteuerung Spiegelabsenkung
Value=Active

Hill Hold Assist Duration
Select Control unit 03 (Brakes)
Adaptation
Select Berganfahrassistent
Adjust as you wish. (default: Normal)

Refuel Amount in Cluster
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Control unit long coding
Byte 10
Bit 4 Activate

Coming Home Lighting Duration
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(3) Comfort illumination-Menueeinstellung Cominghome
Value (Default: 15 seconds – maximum: 60 seconds)

Coming Home / Leaving Home with Fog and LED
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(4) Comfort lighting Coming Home Lights
Value :Nebellicht(Low Beam)

Lock Acknowledge with Horn
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access code 31347
Adaptation
(1)feedback signals-Acoustic feedback
Value=Yes
(2)Lock feedback signals-Acoustic feedback
Value=Yes
(8)feedback signals-Acoustic feedback global
Value=Aktive
(7)feedback signals-Acoustic feedback
Value=Active
(8)feedback signals-Acoustic feedback duration
Value=Short(kurz)

Deactivate Warning Tone for Parking System
Select Control unit 03 (Brakes)
Adaptation
Park Assist Activation Tone
Value=OFF

Parking Warning Distance Change
Select Control unit 03 (Brakes)
Adaptation
Shutdown parking aid
Value=20km/h

Hide Optical Parking System Warning Line
Select Control unit 03 (Brakes)
Security access
Access code:71679
Control unit Coding
Byte 1
Bit 5 DeActivate

Closing Windows When Ignition Off
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(13) -Zugangskontrolle 2 released trailing FH cancel at Tueroeffnen
Value=Aktif

Cluster Display Carbon Background
Select Control unit 17
Adaptation
Screen view
Value=Option 2

Seat Belt Warning Deactivation
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Adaptation
Select:Disable channel belt warning
Value:Yes
Control unit long coding
Byte 0
Bit 2-4 DeActivate

De-Fogger Timer
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(3) Window Air condition A/C condition A/C rear window heating value
Type Duration how long you want to.

Rear Wiper Adjustment in Settings Menu
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access code 31347
Adaptation
(2) Select Rear wiper-menu control Comfort Wipe HW
Value=Not Active

Tap to Indicate – Number of Blinks
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
Comfort Sinyal Sayısı (Cycles)
Value: 1-5 Value 3 (standard – 3x blinking)

Traffic Sign Assist Activation (Car must be fitted with Camera)
Select Control unit 5F (Information Electrical)
Adaptation
Select channel (63) vehicle function list BAP traffic_sign_recognition_0x21
Değer=Active
Select channel (151) vehicle menu operation-menu_display_road_sign_identification
Değer=Active
Select channel (153) vehicle menu operation-menu_display_road_sign_identification_over_threshold_high
Değer=Active
Control unit A5 (front / advance camera)
Security access
Access Code 20103
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 1
Bit 0 Activate – “01 Traffic Sign Recognition (FTE) active”
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 5
Bit 2 Aktivate
Control unit A5 (front / advance camera)
Adaptation
Select : channel numbers indicate end of speed limit
Importance to actively invest Show Valid suffix
View Channel Valid suffix
Corresponding value adjust default: 00100111

Lane Assist Activation (Car must be fitted with Camera)
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Control unit Long Coding
Bye 4
Bit 6 Activate
Bye 11
Bit 1 Activate
Select Control unit A5 (front / advance camera)
Control unit Long Coding
Bye 0
Bit 0 Activate
Select Control unit A5 (front / advance camera)
Security access
Access Code 20103
Adaptation
Channel – Seçim HCA_On_State
Put emphasis on menu
Channel – Seçim HCA_Warning_intensity
Put emphasis on menu
Channel – Seçim BAP_Personalisierung
Put emphasis on not activated
Select the time of engagement
Set adjustment via menu – emphasis on late
Select Personalization spurt holding an assistant to a terminal 15 – channel
Set value to last setting
Select Control unit 44 (power steering)
Control unit Long Coding
Bye 0
Bit 0 Aktif
Select Control unit 5F (Informationselektronik)
Adaptation
(49) function -Vehicle list BAP LDW_HCA_0x19
Activate
(21) vehicle menu operation-menu_display_Lane_Departure_Warning
Activate
(23) vehicle menu Bedienung_menu_display_Lane_Departure_Warning_over_threshold_high – channel
Activate

Lap Timer Activation
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Control unit Long Coding
Byte 1
Bit 3 Activate

Pointer Test
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Control unit long coding
Byte 1
Bit 0 Activate

Adjusting Microphone Sensitivity
Select Control unit 5F (infotainment)
Adaptation
Select Mikrofonempfindlichtkeit (Microphone Sensitivity)
Adjust value as you wish.

Sunroof Opening With Remote Control
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(9) – Zugangskontrolle 2 – SAD Richtung Komfortöffnen auswählen
Value=Tilting

Presentation Mode
Select Control unit 55
Security access
Access Code 20103
Adaptation
Presentation Mode
Value=Active

Line Assist Adjustments (Car must be fitted with Camera)
Steering Wheel Vibration
Select Control unit A5 (camera)
Security access
Enter unlock code 20103
Adaptation
Select channel intensity steering wheel vibration
Value adjust accordingly Default: medium options: early, middle, late

Blocking of Drivers Reaction (Car must be fitted with Camera)
Select Control unit A5 (camera)
Security access
Enter unlock code 20103
Adaptation
Select channel deactivation threshold driver activity
Value adjust accordingly Default: medium options: early, middle, late

Steering Wheel Support (Car must be fitted with Camera)
Select Control unit A5 (camera)
Security access
Enter unlock code 20103
Adaptation
Select channel intensity wheel support
Value adjust accordingly Default: medium options: early, middle, late

DRL Only in Auto Mode
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(9) – Select daytime running lights only in switch position auto
Value=Aktif

DRL Control on Car Menu
Select Control unit 09 (Central Electrics)
Security access
Access Code 31347
Adaptation
(2) Daytime running light activation by BAP or Operating sequence possible
Value=Aktif

Adjust Consumption Indicator
Select Control unit 17 (Dashboard)
Adaptation
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MK4 Golf 2.0L Spark Plug Replacement

MK4 Golf 2.0 Spark Plug Change

Introduction

This guide will show you how to change your spark plugs on a 2.0L MK4 Volkswagen Golf

Parts and Tools Required

  • Spark Plug Socket
  • Torque Wrench
  • x4 Spark Plugs
  • Socket extensions, CV joints
  • Pliers
  • Anti-Sieze

Step 1

Remove the engine cover, and locate the four spark plugs. You can find them by following the spark plug leads coming from the distributor.

Step 2

Each spark plug lead has a large metal end which is secured onto the spark plug. We will gently remove these by grasping the metal section with pliers and lifting upwards.

MK4 Golf 2.0 Spark Plug Change

Step 3

Remove and replace each spark plug one at a time to ensure the leads are not mixed up. This is the removed lead.

MK4 Golf 2.0 Spark Plug Change

Step 4

Using a spark plug socket, remove the spark plug from the engine. You may need to use a series of extensions or CV joints as the angles can be tight.

MK4 Golf 2.0 Spark Plug Change

Step 5

This is the spark plug we removed from the engine, which is in reasonable condition.

Step 6

Install your new spark plugs into the engine. A light coating of anti-size on the threads can be helpful and reduce the chances of seized threads. Gently hand-turn the spark plugs into position, ensuring they are not cross-threaded. Hand tighten until snug.

Step 7

Reinstall the spark plug lead, which will ‘click’ into place. You may need to use pliers again to manoeuvre the leads into position.

Step 8

Repeat this process for all four spark plugs. Once completed, start your engine and ensure it is running smoothly. This will confirm all spark plugs have been correctly installed.