I installed this kit in my 2011 JSW it took me about 2 hours (could have been 1) when you start steal yourself to the fact that you have to remove the intake plumbing and battery, after that it is pretty easy. The lights work well and all I did for better performance was raise there angle slightly, gives more light down the road, there is one screw to adjust the light and it is up and down only. I purchased the euro switch and when used with the trip wire everything works as you would expect. The DRL's work the fogs work with parking lights, low beams, or high beams. It is a great kit and performs very well. DIY is a 6 on the easy meter you do not have to be a pro but you should be comfortable with both tools and electrical connectors. BTW you do not need many tools.
Last edited by ECS Tuning; 10-04-2011 at 09:53 AM.
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Last edited by ECS Tuning; 03-16-2012 at 01:24 PM.
Also, maybe there's a kit that includes the matching lower front grill w/ chrome lip? http://www.ecstuning.com/Volkswagen-...ody/ES1172903/
According to http://www.vw.com/en/models/jettaspo...d32bf078b5e901 it looks like it's just DRL and a warning tone if you leave the lights on.
Also, the fog light kit says no Vag-Com reprogramming is needed, but the switch says it does need reprogramming. If just adding fog lights, will I need to reprogram it?
The first thing that people do went getting a Euro switch they turn Daytime Running Lights (DRL) off.
No coding needed (with our fog light kit) - unless you would like these options:
- Just fog lights on / Headlights off
- Just city light on / Headlights off
- Just city light and fogs on / Headlight off
Seems difficult to find a good answer on this, so I figure I'll just ask the experts.
1. If I am adding fog lights to my 2012 JSW TDi, do I have to get a new switch?
2. Do you sell a switch with just the front fog, and is there one with chrome trim with just front fog?
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