1.8T Jetta How to install LED foglights on a jetta
This is just a general installation. Just for advice. but remember to take safety precautions. I don't know if this applies to regular foglights... http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=4282002
use that website if you need clearer pictures, but thats my website for HID's however.
Wired Ridez - 2003 VW Jetta
Custom Bi-Xenon Projector Kit
H1 6000k HID kit
Custom White LED accents
Lense Full Restoration Job
Daytime Running Lights Disabled
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Spyder Auto Installation: Volkswagen Jetta 1999-05 Projector Headlights
This video is designed to guide you through the installation process for installing a set of SPYDER AUTO projector headlights on 1999-05 Volkswagen Jetta and Bora models. By following along with the steps presented you too should be able to install your own set of Spyder Auto projector headlights.
Jetta HID Problem (HIDynamic 8000K H1)
A problem with my HID system. I just found out that the bulb that isnt turning on is white instead of regular transparent. What do you all think? What's the problem?
update: I am now running DDM Slimline 6000K with new projector headlights, which work much better than the old Hidynamic kit.. I'll post a link to the new vid later on.
Xenon-Vision Bi-Xenon HID Install
Here are a few things to keep in mind:
1. There is NO need to disable the Daytime Running Light (DRL) module if you have the Bi-Xenon HID kit. The reason being that the DRLs will run off the low beam and will not flicker as I initially thought. If you have the non-Bi-Xenon (no HID hi-beam), then you WILL have to disable the DRLs (from what I understand).
2. If you happened to have disable the DRLs, it is likely that your interior dome light will not work, as was my experience. No idea why the DRL module is connected to the dome light but I'm not a Toyota engineer.
3. There are two things that look like grounding wires in the kit ... they actually are not. They are connected to the battery terminals. The wire coming from the two fuses go to the POSITIVE terminal while the wire coming off the control unit go to the NEGATIVE terminal. I unscrewed the nut that helps tighten the clamp around the battery and then placed the wire in between the clamp and the nut.
4. The clips only fit one way except for the one on the ballast. You will see in the video how they should connect but the red wire should go to the POSITIVE terminal.
5. There is a metal bar in the front of the car with holes in it. Run the wiring through that to ensure that the wires don't melt on the radiator or get caught in the fan (that would be bad news!).
6. Lay your wires out to get a sense of how things connect together.
7. It is normal to have one of the original headlight wiring harness not connected.
All in all, the install is very easy. I did it in about an hour and a half but if I knew what I just wrote above, it probably would have taken 30 minutes.
Hope this help anyone that is installing the Bi-Xenon kit in their Yaris! If you have any questions, please quote this post and I will do my best to answer them for you. Cheers
PS. This is a bit of a rough edit job ... I'm no Sony Vegas master ... yet.
LED European Taillights for MK5 Jetta Sedan
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Upgrade your Mk5 Jetta with these high quality LED taillights from Europe. Full LED tail lights that use the new Hella Dual LED color technology (LED can emit either extremely bright red or amber colors). A single rear foglight replaces the left-side reverse light, a mandatory feature in Europe. Note: Kit includes inner & outer lights.