Jeff Bucklew: Knowing which side to pry from to get the light off really helped. Thanks a Ton!
Belt flay: Thanks
Belt flay: Thanks
lyndaplaylist1: Thank you very much. :) Your video saved me a bunch of money!!! I am so happy I could do this!
But....This is insane! What ever happened to "German Engineering" ? Shame on you VW! A person needs to be a Cirque du Soleil acrobat with hands of a 5 year old child & a half hour to change a brake light?
JesusOnSkates: Success! Considering some LED replacements. Anyone know how bright these bulbs are supposed to be (ideally, in lumens, but in watts (incandescent-equivalent at 12 volts, if that's what you have)? Looks like I may need load resistors. Anyone tried LED bulbs? Success/Failure stories?
JesusOnSkates: Wow, I tried removing the light and gave up after about 20 minutes. The repair guide I have didn't suggest where to pry from like you did. Trying again soon.
Joey Nava: Thanks easy money beats taking it to the dealer
Glenn Poole, II: Thanks! Did the trick real easy.
Lou Sullivan: Yes it is tough to pry it out the first time. The rubber gasket gets stuck to the body. I took a plastic piece and ran it around the outside to help.
Balloonski Twyst: Woot! Worst part was prying the light out, thought I might damage the body. Right light, pry from the left and vise versa. Smoooooth sailin
Lou Sullivan: The only thing I can think of is perhaps the sensor switch you installed was bad or a connection was not made. I am having an intermittent problem with one of our brake lights (right side) on our 2001 bug. When it works it is dim. Good Luck
Yelizar Benyavskiy: thanks man
saul garcia: i just did that crap like a freaking BOSS!
Jorge Daniel Fernandez: thx pal!!! This video save me a lot of money!!
peter morris: hey thanks! it was a snap! Frogman Waterblast: First people get off the elevator, then those who enter go in. It's kind of common courtesy & sense. Chris Nogales: hmmm MrAngusboy: the carry overs are from 2013 not 2012 xodusattack: looks like I did.
I have a good system.
If you read the description, this was a VERY DIRTY console, that was not working.
After opening it and cleaning it, I got it to work fine....and its still going strong.
It had about 25 years worth of dust, hair, dirt and more stuff that is not intended to be part of any electronical device.
I bet all systems could use a good cleaning every now and again.
But of course if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Pe Lé Golas: é br no eua eles n sabe oq é kkk TheHellspawn0666: @inuboy22 the sideshow freaks forum and ebay also craigslist sometimes.