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!!