How to remove windshield wiper motor from VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit, Jetta in 7 simple steps

To remove windshield wiper motor from a VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit or Jetta, first you have to take out the wiper arms (see tutorial).
Then you just have to follow 7 simple steps.

Necessary tools:
– a flat blade screwdriver
– a 13 mm socket and a ratchet
– a T30 Torx

 

1: remove the hood seal
2. remove the cowl vent grille lifting it up
3. remove the cable
4. remove those two 13 mm screws
5. remove those 2 T30 screws
6. disconnect the cables
7. take the wiper motor out.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW Golf Mk5:

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to replace headlight bulb in 6 simple steps!

How to reset service light in 3 steps!

How to remove gear shift knob gaitor in 5 steps!

How to activate auto-lock & auto-unlock automatically with VCDS!

How to change MFA cluster displat language for VW Golf Mk5!

TUTORIAL: How to remove the lock tumbler (boot lock cylinder) on VW Golf Mk4 in just 6 simple steps

For those owners of VW Golf Mk4 who decided to replace / remove the lock tumbler or boot lock cylinder, this is how you have to do it.

Neccessary tools:

–          A flat blade screwdriver

–          A Philips screwdriver

–          A ratchet and a T20 Torx

–          A 11 or 12 mm socket

–          A hammer

 

STEP 1: open the trunk and remove those two screws from inside the grab handles

STEP 2: remove the trim panel

STEP 3: disconnect the electrical connector (left side) and the small metal arm that pulls the latch open/shut (right side)

STEP 4: with a T20 Torx remove those three bolts from the boot handle

Use something for not locking the boot.

STEP 5: remove the retaining clip that holds the boot lock in place

Use a flat blade screwdriver and gently pry the clip up.

STEP 6: if it doesn’t come off with a push of a finger, use a hammer and a 11 -12 mm socket to remove the lock tumbler.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps! 

TUTORIAL: How to remove ECU (ECM) from a VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit, Jetta in 6 simple steps

To remove ECU or ECM from a VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit or Jetta, first you have to take out the wiper arms (see tutorial) and the windshield cowl.
Then you just have to follow 6 simple steps.

Necessary tools:
– a flat blade screwdriver
– a 13 mm socket and a ratchet

 

1: remove the hood seal
2. remove the cowl vent grille lifting it up
3. remove the cable
4. remove those two 13 mm screws
5. bent the ECU case and then slide it out
6. disconnect the cables from ECU.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW Golf Mk5:

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to replace headlight bulb in 6 simple steps!

How to reset service light in 3 steps!

How to remove gear shift knob gaitor in 5 steps!

How to activate auto-lock & auto-unlock automatically with VCDS!

How to change MFA cluster displat language for VW Golf Mk5!

How to remove clock spring airbag / sensor G85 on VW Golf Mk5, Jetta in 10 simple steps

In this video tutorial we are going to show you how to remove / replace clock spring airbag or G85 sensor in just 10 simple steps. But, before removing the clock spring airbag (g85 sensor) on VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit, Jetta, you will need to disconnect the negative terminal from the car battery.

If you have problems with airbag light, horn and steering wheel buttons,  probably you have a bad clock spring and this is how you replace it.

Necessary tools:

–          A ratchet

–          A T25 Torx

–          A T8 Torx

–          A flat blade screwdriver

–          A trim tool

–          A tool about 10-15 cm long or a thin flat blade screwdriver

 

1. Remove the T25 screw under the steering wheel

2. Use a flat blade screwdriver to lift the plastic cap up

3. Remove those two T25 Torx

4. Remove the plastic cap from below

5. Disconnect the cables

6. Remove the T8 Torx screw

7. To release the control module underneath the clock spring airbag, you need to press with the finger on the clip from the back and use a thin blade screwdriver (or something thiner) to release the clip from inside

8. Remove the cables from the back

9. To stay in same position, you can apply some duct tape on the clock spring airbag

10. Unclip the clock spring airbag and take it off.

WARNING: This video is only for informative purposes! We do not take any responsibility and we are not liable for any damage as a result of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Thank you!

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps! 

How to remove / replace central air vents on VW Golf Mk5, Jetta, Rabbit in 6 simple steps

Before you remove central air vents or central dash panel, on VW Golf Mk5, Rabbit, Jetta (2004-2008), you have to disconnect both terminals from the battery. Then you just have to follow just 6 simple steps:

Necessary tools:

–          A pry tool

–          A ratchet

–          A T20 Torx

 

1.       Pry the trim panel up from the top of the dashboard using a plastic trim removal

2.       Split the trim panel in half uncliping it from those 10 clips

3.       Unplug the wiring connection from solar sensor

4.       Remove those three T20 Torx

5.       Pull the panel towards you while lifting up, then you need to lift the front of the panel up

6.       Remove those to wiring connections from the hazard button and from the airbag warning light.

This video is only for informative purposes! We do not take any responsibility and we are not liable for any damage as a result of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Thank you!

Buy the product from here:

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps!

 

TUTORIAL: VW Golf Mk5, Jetta, Rabbit center console removal in 12 simple steps

In this VIDEO TUTORIAL we are going to show you how to remove center console on VW Golf Mk5, Jetta, Rabbit 2004 – 2008. This article will guide you through the 12 simple steps process. Be careful with trim pieces as you do not want to break them.

Necessary tools:

– a T20 Torx

– a ratchet

– a pry tool

 

1.    Use 2 or 4 fingers to pull the shift gaitor boot leather out

Lift the leather boot up over the knob to expose the two T20 Torx screws

2.   Remove those two screws using a T20 Torx and a ratchet

3.   Lift the front ashtray up and disconnect the wiring harnesses

4.   Use a cutter to release the cables

5.  Remove all four screws with a T20 Torx

6. Remove the plastic cap and remove the T20 screw (you also have to remove the one on the right side)

7.  Remove the plastic from below. There are some hoos along the side so wiggle it while pulling it down (this is the same procedure on the right side)

8. Remove the two T20 screws from both sides

9. Use a trim tool to pry off the plastic piece

10.  Underneath it there ar two T20 screws per side and you have to remove them

11. Take off the rubber and remove the T20 screw

12. Remove the center console.

WARNING: This video is only for informative purposes! We do not take any responsibility and we are not liable for any damage as a result of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Thank you!

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps!

How to remove interior rear view mirror (with rain sensor) on VW Golf Mk5, Jetta, Passat in 7 steps

In this video tutorial we are going to show you how to remove interior rear view mirror (with rain sensor) on VW Golf Mk5, Jetta, Passat in 7 simple steps.

Necessary tools:

–          A special wire to cut silicon glass

 

1.       Split that plastic cover in half

2.       Remove the mirror sliding it down

3.       Disconnect the cable

4.       Remove the plastic cover

5.       Disconnect the cables

6.       Remove the plastic covers from the cables

You can use a tool aid windshield cut-out wire

7.       Put the cut-out wire between the windshield and the rain sensor and cut it.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps! 

TUTORIAL: How to remove the rear center console air vent on VW Golf Mk5, Mk6, Jetta in 5 simple steps

If you have a broken rear center console air vent on a VW Golf Mk5, Mk6, Jetta, this is how you replace it or change it.

Necessary tools:

–          A T20 Torx

    1. Open the rear center console cup holder and remove the two T20 Torx screws
    2. Take the cup holder out from the rear center console
    3. Remove the piece from the center console
    4. Remove the air vent and replace it with the new one
      You can apply some silicone for plastic on the new air vent  
    5. Install the piece back on the center console and the cup holder.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps! 

TUTORIAL: How to remove / replace driver door panel on VW Golf Mk6, Jetta (2008 – 2012) in just 5 simple steps

In this VIDEO TUTORIAL we are going to show you how to remove / replace driver door panel on VW Golf Mk6, Jetta (2008 – 2012) in just 5 simple steps.

Necessary tools:

–          A pry tool

–          A T30 Torx and a ratchet

 

1.       Remove the door handle using a pry tool

2.       Remove those 3 screws from inside the door panel using a T30 Torx

3.       Remove the only screw from the lower side of the door panel

4.       Remove the door panel releasing it from the clips and then slide it up

5.       Disconnect all the cables and unclip all the wires from the backside of the door panel.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps! 

How to install front door puddle light on VW Golf Mk5, Golf Mk6, Rabbit, Jetta, Passat B6, B7, Tiguan, CC, Touran in 15 steps

ServiceTutorials.com shows you how to install front doors puddle lights on VW Golf Mk5, Golf Mk6, Rabbit, Passat B6, B7, Tiguan, CC, Touran, Scirocco in just 15 simple steps.

Necessary tools:

–          A pry tool

–          A flat blade screwdriver

–          A T30 Torx

–          Pliers

 

This is how the new puddle lights look like.

There are 4 puddle lights: 2 for front doors and 2 for rear doors

These are the cables for the front door puddle lights. And these are the cables for rear door puddle lights.

1.       Remove the door handle using a pry tool

2.       Remove those 3 screws using a T30 Torx

3.       Remove the only screw from the lower side of the door panel

4.       Remove the door panel releasing it from the clips and then slide it up

5.       Disconnect all the cables and unclip all the wires from the backside of the door panel

6.       Disconnect the grey plug from the door electronic module

7.       Cut the black zip tie using pliers

8.       Release the wires from the grey plug

9.       Plug the “+” positive wire into the 18 position and “-“ negative wire into the 19 position

Push them in until they locked

10.   Put the wires back into the grey plug

11.   Connect the grey plug to the door electronic module

If the puddle light wire is too long, you can rotate it around the door cables

12.   Remove the old reflector and install the new puddle light

13.   Connect the wires to the puddle light

14.   Install the panel door and reconnect all the cables and wires

15.   Use VCDS (VAG-COM Dyagnose System) tester to turn the door puddle lights on following the next steps:

Select Control Module / 42-Door Electr. Driver / Coding – 07 /

You have to ad 64 to the “Software Coding (0-8388607)” value. (180 + 64 = 244).

Then select “Do IT” and “OK” when you see “Coding accepted”

Return to menu and follow the next steps: Select Control Module / 52-Door Electr. Pass / Coding – 07 /

You have to ad 64 to the “Software Coding (0-8388607)” value. (180 + 64 = 244).

Then select “Do IT” and “OK” when you see “Coding accepted”

Exit menu and disconnect the VCDS from the car.

See also these VIDEO TUTORIALS for VW:

How to replace VW, Seat, Audi, Skoda key fob in 11 steps! 

How to acces hidden / secret menu in 3 steps!

How to repair door lock cylinder in 3 steps!

How to change cluster display language  with VCDS (VAG COM) in 4 steps!