To remove or replace the radio cage mount bracket (center console dash) on VW Golf Mk4, Jetta or Bora first you have to remove those 3 plastic panels under the steering wheel, the two console between the front seats and also the glove compartment.
First, you have to know that OBD-II connector / port is used for reading diagnostic codes and is also used for accesing and control many vehicles systems. If you want to find out where is the OBD2 connector / port location on SAAB 9-5 2003 – 2006, you have to see the video below:
The OBD2 connector / port is located under steering wheel, on the right side. Pull the plastic cap and you will see the OBD2 connector.
Before you start removing the comfort body control module on VW Golf Mk4, Bora, Jetta, Polo, Passat, you have to disconnect the battery. Be sure to have the radio code, if it’s necessary. The control comfort module is located under the steering wheel, on the left side.
An extension ratchet
A flat blade screwdriver
A T25 and T30 Torx
STEP 1: remove those three bolts from the plastic panels under the steering wheel
STEP 2: use a flat blade screwdriver to remove the fuse box cover
STEP 3: take the plastic panels out
You can also remove the plastic piece above the pedals
STEP 4: remove the bolts from the black panel under the steering wheel and take it out
STEP 5: use a T30 Torx to remove the bolt
STEP 6: take the CCM out but first disconnect the wiring harness from the comfort control module