2011 VW GTI: Episode 55: DIY DSG Fluid Change




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brandon diaz: Where did you find the VCDS program? What cable did you need for the laptop?

ammaar: What if you dont have vcds?

hyperlicht: Excellent video. Can this be done properly without VAG-COM? Or is it critical to get to the right temp range? I have a 2007 GTI. Thank you..

Jorge Guti: Hello, I have a volkswagen cc of 2011 with a box of dsg of 7 speeds and 160,000 km.
I want to change the oil preventively.
The original oil is very expensive, and some tell me that the motul or the febi are good and have a much more affordable price. Is this true?
Which one would you recommend and how many liters should I buy?
I hope you can help me.
regards

Massive Dubstep: Why not leave the big drain plug off while refilling? Stop filling when the main drain starts draining fluid.. The big drain plug releases only the excess fluid correct?

Shakiel Bloemetje: Awesome video

Jeff Eppenger: Just curious too, if you dont have VAGCOM (I do but just curious) cant you just measure how much fluid came out? Then put that much back in? Done deal? Or is VAGCOM a must?

Jeff Eppenger: Still cant get over you were getting a new GTI every year? You must have money to burn. Thanks for the video though was very helpful.

MW3Jayswoop09: πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»bravo!! That was a perfect example of how it should be done!

sv1jbf: Hi mate, you have put in 5 L? I thought takes only 4,6 L.

Wakhe Winter Wise Mhlanga: good video man...... but i dnt thrust the way you do your final level check cause your car is still seating on the jack i prefer you don't do it just measure the volume of the fluid you drained out and fill up the same volume....... or if you do it ensure that the car is level....... anyway thumbs up for the clip

Franco Duminy: Great video dude, this is the first time I have seen someone show exactly how to do the top fill method.

Sandra Martinez: Hello, I have a jetta gli 2013, first question: this is the same process? , second question: I Need to reprogram in vagcom?
Thank you

Mexifinn: Hehe - Vaj-com.

Mozart's Ghost: Did the flud service on mine. I live in hot/humid south FL, and my temps were 56-58/50-52/56-58*C across measurement block 19. I've not found where a temperature mark is necessary in any DIYs and others have told me the tranny just needs to be warm to work through the gears after new fluid. Last time the fluid ran in the 60*C temps across the board, so I ended up adding more fluid here just to make sure it was staying cool.

xXAnthony619Xx: Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into this video.

johnny Huang: Hey man, I don't have VAGCOM and don't have time to purchase it now. How long does it take you to reach 35-40 c? What was your ambient? Thanks

AryxJG: LastHumansGarage I currently have a TDi Golf and gonna have vw buy back the car from me because of the scandal. I'm having some reliability issues with it so I don't want to keep it anyways. I know that you have a WRX now which is exactly what I am looking to getting next (great looking WRX btw). Would you recommend I go your route or stick with another Golf? Cheers man, keeps these vids coming! πŸ‘

mitko mitaka: ................

Robert Nolan: At the end of the video you drained a bit of the dsg fluid after checking the temp with the vagcom, I have no way of checking the fluid temp with one of those. Do you recommend letting it drain until it slows down anyway?

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