Enabling static cornering lights in the Volkswagen Golf Mark VI (Mark V is covered here) only requires a few changes via Vagcom/VCDS.
The cornering function works when your headlights are activated (either manually or via the RLS) under the following conditions
The indicator is activated either by holding it down or clicking it into position […]
The Golf Mark V came with a number of different headlights from the factory, generally a chrome H7 reflector unit for the base models, a black H7 reflector model for GT/GT Sport/GTI and a Bi-Xenon fitted to some GTI and R32 models either optional or standard which was also available on some other models (depending […]
Adjusting the operation of the RegenLichtSens (RainLightSensor) is possible through Vagcom/VCDS or the VAS tools that Volkswagen dealers use however adjustments do not make a large difference in the operation of the sensor especially where you have the standard green glass.
Using Vagcom/VCDS open controller 9
Select the dropdown box and select option […]
The following information is for the Touareg but the principle is same on many Volkswagen cars with this feature.
Volkswagen’s cornering headlight system consists of dynamic and static cornering lights that are installed together in the headlight housing.
The cornering light functions are automatically activated when the dipped or high beam is switched on.
Retrofitting Xenon or High Intensity Discharge (HID) lights to replace the standard halogen reflector setup may seem like a good idea and a whole lot cheaper than paying the $1000-2000 premium for the factory Xenons / Bi-Xenons but in reality not only is it illegal but not a very wise move.
Firstly there are a […]