Recommended replacement interval for the part category Spark Plug : 18 month / 30000 km
Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
VW Golf V Hatchback (1K1) 2.0 GTI, VW Passat Saloon (3C2) 2.0 FSI, VW Jetta Mk5 (1K) 2.0 TFSI, VW Passat Variant (3C5) 2.0 FSI, VW Eos (1F7, 1F8) 2.0 TFSI, VW Golf V Variant (1K5) 2.0, VW TIGUAN (5N_) 2.0 TFSI 4motion, VW Passat CC (357) 2.0 TSI, VW GOLF VI (5K1) 2.0 GTi, VW Jetta IV (162, 163, AV3, AV2) 2.0 TSI, VW Beetle Hatchback (5C1, 5C2) 2.0 TSI, VW CC (358) 2.0 TSI, VW Beetle Convertible (5C7, 5C8) 2.0 TSI

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

How to change spark plug on VW GOLF 6 (5K1) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

Replacement: spark plugs – VW Golf 6. Tools you'll need:
Replacement: spark plugs – VW Golf 6. Tools you'll need:
High-temperature anti-seize lubricant
Electronic spray
Spark plug socket # 16
Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Crow bar
Fender cover
All the parts you need to replace – Spark Plug for GOLF VI (5K1) and other VW models
How to change Spark Plug on Golf 6 1.6 TDI – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Spark Plug
How to change Spark Plug on VW Jetta IV (162, 163, AV3, AV2) 2.0 TSI – tips for proper car maintenance
VW Jetta IV (162, 163, AV3, AV2) 2.0 TSI
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Spark Plug on VW GOLF VI (5K1) 2.0 GTi
VW GOLF VI (5K1) 2.0 GTi
Easy tricks to help you to replace Spark Plug on VW Beetle Hatchback (5C1, 5C2) 2.0 TSI
VW Beetle Hatchback (5C1, 5C2) 2.0 TSI
Spark Plug removal & installation, incredibly easy steps for VW Golf V Hatchback (1K1) 2.0 GTI
VW Golf V Hatchback (1K1) 2.0 GTI
Changing Spark Plug on VW Eos (1F7, 1F8) 2.0 TFSI – tips for first time repair
VW Eos (1F7, 1F8) 2.0 TFSI
Main steps for Spark Plug replacement on VW Jetta Mk5 (1K) 2.0 TFSI
VW Jetta Mk5 (1K) 2.0 TFSI
How to change Spark Plug on VW Passat Saloon (3C2) 2.0 FSI – tips for proper car maintenance
VW Passat Saloon (3C2) 2.0 FSI
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Spark Plug on VW Passat Variant (3C5) 2.0 FSI
VW Passat Variant (3C5) 2.0 FSI
Easy tricks to help you to replace Spark Plug on VW TIGUAN (5N_) 2.0 TFSI 4motion
VW TIGUAN (5N_) 2.0 TFSI 4motion
Spark Plug removal & installation, incredibly easy steps for VW Golf V Variant (1K5) 2.0
VW Golf V Variant (1K5) 2.0
Changing Spark Plug on VW Passat CC (357) 2.0 TSI – tips for first time repair
VW Passat CC (357) 2.0 TSI
Main steps for Spark Plug replacement on VW Beetle Convertible (5C7, 5C8) 2.0 TSI
VW Beetle Convertible (5C7, 5C8) 2.0 TSI
How to change Spark Plug on VW CC (358) 2.0 TSI – tips for proper car maintenance
VW CC (358) 2.0 TSI
Replacement: spark plugs – VW Golf 6. Professionals recommend:
  • The replacement procedure is the same for all spark plugs.
  • All work should be done with the engine stopped.
Replacement: spark plugs – VW Golf 6. Take the following steps:
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