Volkswagen Golf Mk7 Discover Pro Navigation System MIB I Generation 1 – 2014
Fitted to the following models
- Golf from 2014
Volkswagen Golf Mk7 Discover Pro Navigation System MIB II Generation 2 – 2017
With innovative gesture control, it’s easy to move around in the main menu or – with a single hand movement – to switch radio stations or songs, for example.
It has a larger, 23.4 cm (9.2 inch), TFT touchscreen for a first-rate 3D map display, and – with one USB interface, two SD car slots and Bluetooth – has fantastic connection options. It also features a CD player that even plays MP3 and WMA files, as well as DAB / FM radio reception and eight loudspeakers.
Additional highlights include that the voice-activated controls respond to place names and street names and calculate a route according to your instructions. The vehicle’s Bluetooth technology makes using the phone easier. Last but not least, the internal Flash memory has more than enough space for five years of free updates for your navigation software.
Fitted to the following models
Over 300,000 Volkswagen Golf Mk7 manufactured until June 2013 may have a problem with the Air Conditioner drainage hose being installed incorrectly which leads to water accumulating in the passenger foot-well. As of September 2013 only around 50 cases of this occurring have been identified.
Condensation that collects on the evaporator is normally discharged to the outside via a small hose on the firewall.
This problem also affects the Audi A3 and Seat Leon.
Volkswagen have a Spezialwerkzeug (Special Tool) for draining oil from the oil filter housing for the following models with FSI engines.
The Volkswagen oil filter housing drain tool is part number T40057 and suits 2006-2008 VW/Audi models with the 2.0L Turbo (engine codes; BPG, BPY, BWT), the 2005.5 – 2011 2.5L inline 5 cyl VW engine and the 2012 onwards VW Golf R.
BPG, BPY and BWT
CDLC, CDLF, CDLG and CRZA (Golf R 2012 onwards)
Amazon US ship this wordwide here.
Also the Matra T40057
Amazon US ship this worldwide here.
Made in the USA from cast resin.
MobileFaction ship this worldwide here.
ECS Tuning ship this worldwide here.
Volkswagen Australia have announced a wide range of upgrades to its model line-up with the arrival of MY16 vehicles in the coming weeks. These significant upgrades across all major models represents the biggest model year update in the local company’s history, and reaffirms Volkswagen’s commitment to offering exceptional quality and value to its customers.
From MY16, Volkswagen’s key models, including Polo, Golf, Jetta and Tiguan will benefit from the standard inclusion of a rear-view camera on all models in the range, as well as, for the first time, App-Connect USB interface for Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™ and MirrorLink™. This innovative feature offers far enhanced connectivity for drivers with their mobile phones. Further adding to the long list of standard equipment on key models, customers will be able to enjoy the features of App-Connect on an upgraded 6.5-inch Composition Media high resolution touch screen display, also standard across the range.
Volkswagen Group Australia Managing Director, John White, welcomed the arrival of the new MY16 range: “Volkswagen has always stood for quality, innovation and value, and never has this been more true in the company’s history in Australia than with the arrival of our new model year vehicles,” White said. “It’s great to be able to offer our customers the best of German engineering, and in the coming weeks and months, our customers will be able to get even more bang for their bucks,” White continued.
The MY16 model range will begin to arrive in Volkswagen dealerships across the country in the coming weeks, with models available to order immediately.
Pricing for some models in the MY16 range has also changed:
A full list of MY16 upgrades and changes is available below:
Polo 66TSI Trendline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo 66TSI Trendline
Polo 81TSI Comfortline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo 81TSI Comfortline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo GTI
Golf and Golf Wagon
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf 90TSI
Please note: The entry Golf Wagon has been discontinued
Golf and Golf Wagon 92TSI Trendline
NEW MODEL: Additional features over and above the MY16 Golf 92TSI
Golf and Golf Wagon 92TSI Comfortline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf 90TSI Comfortline
Please note: The Golf 90TSI Comfortline manual has been discontinued
Golf and Golf Wagon 110TSI Highline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf 103TSI Highline
Golf and Golf Wagon 110TDI Highline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf 110TDI Highline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf GTI
Golf GTI Performance
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf GTI Performance
Additional features over and above the MY15 Golf R
Jetta 118TSI Trendline
Additional features over and above the MY15 Jetta 118TSI Trendline
Jetta Comfortline, Highline and Highline Sport models
Additional features over and above the respective MY15 Jetta models
Tiguan 118TSI, 132TSI and 130TDI
Additional features over and above the respective MY15 Tiguan models
Tiguan 155TSI R-Line
Additional features over and above the MY15 Tiguan 155TSI R-Line
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 fog light on the side of the car that the wheel is turned towards will light up, depending on the speed of the steering wheel the light will either fade in slowly or turn on instantly but the light will always fade out slowly.
You will need a 30 Byte Central Electronics Convenience Module (CECM) which are fitted to MY08’s models onwards.
Open Controller 9 and select Coding – 07
Click the Long Coding Helper, do not copy down the coding seen as these are specific to each car and it’s options/setup.
Select Byte 14 and bit 7 – cornering lights via front fogs active.
Select Byte 17 and bit 0 – adaptive light/cornering light variant (0=cornering light/1=adaptive light) and bit 4 – assistance driving light (auto mode)
Select “Do It!” to save the coding.
If the code is accepted select “OK”
Close the controller to finish.
To test the cornering light function turn the headlights on and turn the wheel left or right, the engine doesn’t have to be turned on.
(Some of the screen shots are from a Mark V)