The Volkswagen Jetta is all over the roads nowadays and for good reason. They are extremely popular because they are reliable and affordable, but they are also easy to mod as well. This 7506 LED DRL setup is no exception, as these LED bulbs are quite the nice upgrade that replace your boring yellow stock bulbs for a whole new look. You never know what you were missing out the entire time until you made the change and you probably would kick yourself why you didn’t switch over sooner.
Got your daytime running lights, fog lights, and reverse lights taken care of? Don’t forget about your puddle lights! Most of the time, people deck out their entire ride with fresh LEDs, but you have the option of upgrading your puddle lights to too. Volkswagen GTi LED puddle lights give your car that slight kick, which is exactly what it needs. They are not super flashy, but still very noticeable and will get people asking where you got it.
Audi is known for their beautiful LED strip lights that are pretty captivating, but they also come with quite a hefty price tag. Fortunately, these switchback LED strips for headlights give you that Audi look without costing your entire life’s savings. The switchback LED is a uniform strip where it shines with a uniform glow so you won’t see the individual emitters. This gives the LED strip an even glow and makes it look pretty high end.
This LED conversion kit brings you some pretty high power LED fog lights with a great HID-like xenon white color that has a much brighter output than your standard halogen bulb. It also generates less heat while consuming less power than both HID and halogen bulbs. When you have the correct DRL decoder setup, you can the high powered CREE LED bulbs on high beam and have it enabled to be daytime running lights without any error messages or flickering.
This guide shows you how to remove the fog light bezel for your Volkswagen Passat with the honeycomb grill to install OEM fit LED daytime running lights.
1.) Hook your finger behind the grill.
Pull the lower inside corner out and pull gently to work your way to the outside. When you get to the 2 outer clips, try not to pry too much.
Make sure you’re pulling the insert straight and forwards out of the bumper.