Mk6 Golf – Bulb List

Bulb List

Bulb Location

Bulb Type

Front Indicator
5202A Amber
Low “Dipped” Beam (Halogen)
H7 55W
High “Full” Beam (Halogen)
H15 55W
Low / High  Beam (HID)
D1S 35W
Position “Parker” Light
T10 / W5W / 501 5W
Front Fog Light (Non – GTI)
HB4 51W
Front Fog Light (GTI)
H8 35W
Glove Box
 T10 / W5W / 501 5W
Vanity Mirror
 36mm Festoon 1W
Front Map Lights
T10 / W5W / 501 5W
Door Mirror “Courtesy” Light
 T10 / W5W / 501 5W
Stepwell Lights
 T15 / W16W / 921 9W
Centre Dome
 36mm Festoon 1W
Boot Cargo Light
  41mm Festoon 1W
Rear Indicators
T20A / W21W / 7440A 21W
Rear Position Light
T15 / W16W / 921 9W
Brake Light (Non – R)
T15 / W16W / 921 9W
Rear Position Light (Golf R)
 Factory Proprietary
Centre Brake Light
Factory Proprietary
License Plate
T10 / W5W / 501 5W
Reverse Light
T20 / W21W / 7440 21W

How To Use OBDeleven – Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda

Introduction

This video will show you how to get started with your OBDeleven device. We will walk through basic navigation of the Android application, and show you how to program your vehicle using long coding and adaptations.

You can purchase the OBDeleven hardware from AutoInstruct – Click here!

Video

MK6 Diverter Valve (DV) Replacement

Mk6 Diverter Valve Installation

Introduction

Today we’re upgrading the OEM MK6 Diverter Valve (DV) to a GFB DV+. Whilst the stock DV was in good condition, it simply could not hold back over 30 PSI of boost in this MK6 Golf GTI. This resulted in a loud hissing noise on boost. Sound familiar? Why not follow our guide and upgrade your OEM DV today!

This guide is suitable for MK6 Golf GTI and R.

Tools Required

  • Torx Drivers

Parts Required

Step 1

Drive the front of your vehicle onto ramps and crawl underneath the drivers side (RHD). The DV is located above the right driveshaft,

Step 2

Look for the tubular black device bolted to the side of the turbo. This is the DV.

Step 3

Disconnect the electrical connector on the OEM DV.

Step 4

Using a T30 Torx driver, remove the three screws holding the DV in place. There is two visible and one above the DV. Once loosened, gently remove the DV from the vehicle.

Step 5

Here is the stock DV, and the cause of our escaping boost pressure. The plastic ring as pictured fails to form a tight seal against the aluminium body of the turbo intake.

Step 6

Following the very simple GFB instructions, we’ve fitted the DV+ piston onto the OEM solenoid. This retains OEM electronics whilst creating a firm seal against the turbo.

Step 7

Screw the DV back into place and reconnect the electrical plug. Now go for a drive and enjoy your newfound DV!