What’s happening everyone, my name is Phil with PrecisionLED.com and today we have a 2013 Volkswagen Golf we’ll be installing LED fog lights on. Now this installation is compatible with all MK6 chassis types and that is, for the US, the 2010 through 2014 models. This is also compatible for all Golf GTI as well as R models. Now we’re using a H11 LED conversion kit from PrecisionLED.com and that is compatible with both the H8 bulb type and the H11. H8 is what’s used on the fog lights here for the Golf but the H11s here will work just as well. We’re going to change the camera angle here towards the wheel well where you access the fog light panel. We’ll go ahead and switch then let’s get started. We’re looking now at the contents of the kit here and we have two LED bulbs and two ballasts, or power regulators.The bulbs themselves are motorized heatsinks which means it should be able to regulate temperature better than a halogen or an HID bulb. And we have the power ballast here. The first thing you always want to do is connect your power wire here together. There are two arrows that help you guide the pins in the correct direction. Force that together and that pressurizes an o-ring hear that prevents dust and water from getting into the connection. Twist that one on and this one’s ready to go. It is a fairly simple replacement of halogen to LED and the kit also comes with a 3M mounting pad that you can use to mount this on the interior of the vehicle. The panel you see right here is your fog light access panel and on the bottom there is a small portion where you can get your fingers in and pull That should allow you access here to the fog light bulb. The bulb that you see here this is our fog light bulb and the first thing we’re gonna do is remove the connector.So down at the bottom there is a tab that you push down on. You pull to release and that comes right out. You then take the bulb itself and turn counterclockwise to release it. That comes right out. And that’s your old halogen bulb. Going to replace it with your new LED. You want to make sure you line up the tabs. And once you have it in, twist it clockwise to lock it in place. Just like that. The power wire here then connects the same way the other one did – goes right in. I’m gonna show you a better angle right here. And that clicks right in this spot. Right now we can go ahead and test the fog lights just to make sure that they work.There we go
and I’m going to unclip this just so you can see. Those are on, really nice and bright. The last thing we have to do is tidy up where this ballast goes. And we have a spot here on the bottom near the side that we’re going to put our 3M mounting pad and make sure it sticks. Here on the side inside the wheel well right here and that should be all there is to it.Now the installation is the same on both the driver side as well as the passenger side. I’m just gonna cut this pad so it fits a little bit nicer here. And you do want to make sure the surface area that you’re connecting to, or attaching to, is clean. So I’ve got a rag here and some degreaser. We’re going to use that to clean off the side here. Going to remove the backside and you want to make sure you place it far enough in that the ridge here on your cover doesn’t interfere. So maybe about a half-inch back. Right there. Get some of the wires out of the way. And there you can see the ballast here.Now all you have to do…now to get this cover back in you kind of want to start from the side here so it gets into the groove and then twist it forward and then push. And you’re all set! And that’s the end of the installation. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at help@PrecisionLED.com or you can reach us online and submit a support ticket at www.PrecisionLED.com/contact Please like or subscribe if you enjoyed the video or enjoy the process for what we do. It really does help us out when we make the next one knowing that there’s people out there watching the videos. Have a good one!