Jetta/Passat/Golf/Beetle 1.8T TSI (EA888 Gen 3) OIL CHANGE DIY!




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Jay Cee: Thank you.Awsome video saved me money thanks so much

Danny Beers: What a mess! I followed your advice and didn't replace the washer on the oil plug and 2 weeks later had a lot of oil to clean up!! Ordered some washers and replaced the plug and all is good.

Ian Anderson: Why do you recommend mobil one and particularly 0w-40? Honestly just wondering, i've been using molygen on my passat for the past year.

jarhead8286: I had leased the same VW Jetta and after the lease had expired, I leased the 2019 1.4 Jetta. I had realized that I should have bought the 1.8T at the end of the lease. Two months later a found two mint 2016 1.8T TSIs on Carvana. I wanted to buy the 5-speed one, but the wife cannot drive it (that was the point) - I wound up buying the auto with 550 miles on it. Love the car and happy again.

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Daniel Meyer: Thanks for the run through!

vitor patriota: This helped me a lot. I'll do it on my 2013 TSI. Thank you for doing that DIY!!!

Greg Lash: Nice video. Even nicer toys. Only thing I can say is I would change the crush washer on the drain plug. Used to not change mine on my gti and it caused my oil to leak out and ended up blowing my motor. Ended up costing me 7500 to replace the engine instead of replacing a two dollar part.

David luis Minero: Is the process the same for a 2015 Jetta SE TSI 1.8?

Jay Cee: Great vid thanks

39knights: Since 5w and 0w cost the same I would still use the 5w for warranty purposes. When the engine blows and you are looking for a new engine; even if the oil wasn't the culprit it will be reason enough to void the warranty. Once the warranty is up it is all fair game. I'm in a northern climate so we often go down a number for winter starts (10w to 5w) but in the hotter climates using a 0w in a 5w car could eventually do some damage.

Steve Corral: Thanks for the video 🤙🏽👍🏽

SC Clarke: Thanks for making this video

James Anthony Sr Lopez: Thanks, gonna change my daughter's oil on her jetta this weekend. Your video was very helpful..will keep you posted how i did..

speedblaze: Thanks man

l robinson: Nice work !

Joseleon Jimenez: Awesome, video! I’m new to the VW family I just bought a 17 R-line Passat that I absolutely love. I was looking for any recommendations on what tunes/ exhaust/ performance parts any of you would recommend?
Thanks,

David g Figueroa: Nice toys u have .I like your white car w red interior

Lance Schoen: rockauto.com has consumables and OEM parts, at a great price! Check it out.

William Lamothe: What is the size of the oil drain plug? Thanks

Robin Thomas: Awesome thanks

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