Volkswagen VW Tiguan 2.0T TSI Oil Change Detail Instructions Using Race Ramps




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J.S. Park: Question! I have a 2014 BMW 320i xDrive, and I just changed the engine coolant on my bimmer and I was wondering if I can drain the engine coolant from my 2014 VW Tiguan and put the same engine coolant I used for my bimmer into my VW Tiguan. Would it be a problem? My bimmer engine coolant is blue in color, and Tiguan is pink in color.

jim mueller: The 7/32 didn’t work because you are working on a German car my friend and they are 100% metric! 7/32 isn’t metric sir

Luis Maldonado: If I pump regular oil, what kind of synthetic oil should I pour?

Chuck Buck: Changed my oil on my Tiguan and now I have a slow leak from my drain plug. what do you suggest?

Chuck Buck: Can I use OW-40 synthetic oil for my2012 tiguan

David Zhi: thanks for the video!!!! can u please please help me with my question??? currently im driving 2018 tiguan limited and when i switch off engine, radiator or fan is running about 3 to 5min. it is normal? everyone said its normal but i never saw car like mine. can u tell me why is that happen? it happens to all tiguan? or just random? sometimes i smell somthing burn too. please help

BadAimB0t: Hey mate, awesome video! just about to service my wife's 2015 r line Tiguan for the first time, I decided to hop online and see if there was any vids I could watch to get some tips before i got under the car ( star screws ) liked / subbed!

drewski: One last bit of advice harbor freight is ok but not all their tools are reliable, try Northern Tools if you can find a store near by. They have tools that are built better and won't break on you.

drewski: Try Ravenol oil and make sure you follow VW 504 to 507 spec, liquid moli works fine too. Vacuum pump prevents leak you don't need to loosen the drain plug

drewski: Entjik by a vacuum pump on Amazon no need to loosen the drain plug or remove the rock guard. You also avoid using the car ramps for oil change.

No need to go under the car for oil, you change it from the dip stick.

Use wheel chuks for the rear tires when you use a ramp no jack stands.

I have been driving VW for 12 yrs I love them. Good luck with both V dubs.

Jeff Summerfield: Drain plug info. The drain plug that came with the Tiguan is the correct one that is shown being removed, that you insert the allen key tool into, to remove. From the factory it comes with a COPPER crush washer. The newer plugs come with the washer and the washer is not meant to come off, so VW says replace the plug. However, the VW dealer simply cuts off the old copper washer and puts a new COPPER crush washer on. My dealer actually gives the new copper washer to me when I buy the oil filter from him. (forget aftermarket filters, go genuine VW) The older diesels had the 19mm hex head drain plug for example, with an ALUMINUM crush washer because on those cars, the oil pan was aluminum. You want like metals to avoid corrosion issues. The steel drain plug of the Tiguan should have the copper crush washer. Not replacing the crush washer means retightening it won't crush it, as its already been crushed. It will leak, so put a new crush washer on. But DONT use an aluminum crush washer on a steel pan.

Federer2001: I bought the Milwaukee m12 drill and Milwaukee bit set. Very easy to take out and put back splash board. =)

Milica Petkovic: I like the video, but my husband will love it! He's into that. I like the way you explain maybe even I would be able to do it!!!

ArT oF wAr: That’s some pretty fancy engineering, but it looks fun to do, German engineering may also bring superior knowledge of cars because of this level of detail in maintenance. I am starting to get their engineering philosophy, it allows true VW owners to know every cars engineering so a Chevy, ford will look like a Corolla to them in mechanical simplicity.

jonathan carig: Hello can you also show us how to fix the leak in the switch turbo and oil fan leak?

Sean Schwab: Very good info

krystek matysek: Thank You My Sir :) Love the video

Mick Psyphon: I disagree with the use of jack stands. If the car rolls back, they'll just tip over. What you should be using are wheel chalks, which prevent the car from rolling backwards. Other than that, its a great video presentation! Thanks for posting.

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