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OEM halogeen vervangen voor LED of Bi-Xenon Polo 6C

Discussie in '(2014-2016) Volkswagen Polo 6C' gestart door GertJan, 15 nov 2014.

  1. Eduard

    Eduard New Member

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    @iichel Thanks, It's reassuring to know, as it seems a bit weird. Have you seen this before ? ( 6R outside and 6C inside )

    @Madrigal, Thanks for sharing ( good to know there's someone with the same "issue" hehe ). Regarding the retrofit, I'm sure as hell I want to do it, I dream of Xenon headlights. Just asked if anybody knows anyone that did it before, to ask him for some instructions, parts and so on because I have a hard time with the wiring schematics, never really retrofitted any car before. iichel sent me some videos from to help me out understanding the diagrams, hopefully it will :)

    You said you are waiting on auto levelling kit, where did you buy that for a 6C ? I found something on Kufatec for a 6R, do you think it fits ? The PN is 6R0 907 357 ( saw that for a Golf 6 it is 5Q0 907 357 ) so I figured searching for 6C0/6C1 907 357 but didn't find anything. Please let me know where you found them :)

    @chucknorris Understood. So basically there's no reason to change the BCM with another unless I don't want the DRL to dim when using main or beam right ? If so, do you know a part number of the BCM I need in order for me to check out ( if I can find it for a good price, there's no reason not to change that as well ).

    Big thanks for the help and the info you're sharing ... If there's any way I can help you guys ( I'm a web developer ), please let me know, I'll do my best :)
     

    VW Polo 6C 1.4 TDI Bluemotion

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  3. iichel

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    #22 iichel, 14 jul 2017
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    Yes I've seen it before. The bluemotion 1.0 tsi and bluemotion 1.4 tdi look a lot like a 6R Bluemotion, one of few exterior differences are the tail lights.

    The 5q0 AFS module is ok. I'd suggest to go for the completely correct BCM, since this will allow you to do the correct coding of the headlights and thus give you the easiest retrofit.

    A half-correct (so half incorrect!) bcm will eventually need great expertise and knowledge of the coding to make it work. We don't have that kind of expertise here on our forums, nor do we have it at uk-polos, not to mention Polo6RFreunde...

    Get the 100% correct BCM. This gives you the best chance of a good retrofit. For coding and bcm changes, the Ross tech wiki and forum is a good place to start.

    For wiring diagrams, a one-day subscription to ErWin will help you out. On the topic of reading wiring diagrams, check out the topic I linked you and the Ross tech videos. Practise, educate yourself and practise more.

    And last but not least, share your experiences. Thanks.
     

    Volkswagen Polo Rosa Line 1.2 TDI 102pk 230Nm by VVT (DPF & EGR off)

  4. Eduard

    Eduard New Member

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    @iichel Yes sir, I'll do exactly that. Of course, I want to go with the 100% correct BCM but the question is, how do I know what part number to order.

    Regarding the autoleveling + afs module, I also have the 6R0 module with sensor available to buy here at kufatec: https://www.kufatec.de/shop/en/volkswagen/polo/polo-6r/auto-leveling-headlights-retrofit-vw-polo-6r ( don't be confused by the parts in the image, it's an old pic, you can see the correct part images here: https://www.kufatec.de/shop/en/Volk...-Xenon-Headlights-LED-DTRL-Upgrade-VW-Polo-6R )

    Question is, will it fit ? I think so, because the chassis of the car is still a 6R right ? And if so, aside the autolevelling kit from kufatec ( with the AFS module 6R0 907 357 ) and the new BCM, what other parts will be needed ? So far i've got:

    - 2 x drl bixenon headlights
    - washer system ( wirings, tank, washers )
    - new front bumper ( to fit washers )
    - autoleveling kit + afs module https://www.kufatec.de/shop/...adlights-retrofit-vw-polo-6r ( waiting on your opinion, so I can order it )
    - 1 x New BCM ( waiting on part number from you guys, if you can help )
    - 1 x HEX V2 ( enthusiast - 3-vin limited edition ) ( waiting to be delivered )
    - 5 x TESA 25mmx5m tape

    So I'll look into ErWin after I'm going through the RossTech videos to try and grasp the diagrams first :)

    Thanks a lot!
     

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  5. iichel

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    6R0 AFS module will not work on polo 6c. 6R wiring should be ok for AFS.

    6R wiring for bi-xenon should be ok too in terms of pin layout, but I'm not sure whether the correct terminal connectors are on them. Connect the extra 6 wires according to wiring schemes to the bcm and validate appropriate wiring of the front fog lights, in combination with cornering lights.

    Bcm part number, can't help you with that, sorry

    And you really don't have to tag me. As a moderator I'll read all messages posted anyway, regardless of whether I'm actually interested.
     

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  6. Eduard

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    Ok, sorry about the tagging then :)

    Regarding the BCM, I should reach out for someone who has a 6C that came with Xenon / DRL, ask for his VIN and look for that particular BCM.
    I bought these headlights thinking it was a 6R, now I start to realise there is no 6C out there with xenon ...

    As for AFS / Autoleveling, I should get the 5Q0 AFS module ( from the golf 6, as you said that should work ) along the 6R wiring and sensors / mounting plates ?

    Sorry for asking so many questions, I'll make it worth it in the end :)
     

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    Volkswagen Polo 6C 1.2 TSI Blue Motion

    Ruiter91 vindt dit leuk.
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    Golf 7. Yes I think it should work.
     

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  9. Madrigal

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    Will this work with the old sensor?
    Or do I need to replace that one too?
    Guess mounting bracket will be the same as the 6R. Or was this also changed during the facelift.
     

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  10. Eduard

    Eduard New Member

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    @Madrigal could you post the part numbers for the sensor and the bracket ? I think they will fit given the chassis being the same with the 6R.

    Need to order these two as well and I am mostly done with what needs bought.

    iichel, don’t know if you’ve gone through my washer thread on uk-polos ( been teaching myself on the fly ).

    I’ve ordere the wiring Madrigal posted since we know it is going to fit, and then I found this AFS module which comes from an Audi TT, do you think it will work? If so, then I can order it

    [​IMG]
     

    VW Polo 6C 1.4 TDI Bluemotion

  11. Madrigal

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    Eduard, bought the same module as on your picture, at least same part number. Guess this one will work.

    The sensor i bought was advertised as 6R0941273 for Polo 6R.
    What should be the correct one, but this sensor is the 200Hz version, and what I was reading that the new module 5Q097357
    Works with the 800Hz sensor. So a bit confusing. I know this sensor will work with the (older and wrong module 6R0907357 from the 6R)
    So the main question is, will this sensor work with the module 5Q097357 needed in the 6C.
    Or do you need a 800Hz sensor?
     

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  12. iichel

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    Check etka for the right part number of the sensor. I'm sure it's listed for the 6C, then you're sure it's the right one.
     

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  14. Madrigal

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    Installed the (new) BCM in the Polo, looks like it is working, but have to deal with the component protection now!
    Need to get it unlocked for my car. Know I normally need to do this at the dealership, but they all have holiday season, and are fully booked:(.
    First date is first of August! Then my holiday is over and I can not finish the retrofit in my time off. Anybody here who can help me out?
     

    Volkswagen Polo 6C 1.2 TSI Blue Motion

  15. chucknorris

    chucknorris Well-Known Member

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    Only someone with dealer level tools can do this.
    Is the BCM new or a secondhand unit?
     

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  16. Madrigal

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    Its secondhand from ebay. Will continue with the wiring for now, and see what it will do. guess I have to be patient.
     

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  17. chucknorris

    chucknorris Well-Known Member

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    Waarschijnlijk is het niet mogelijk om de componenten protectie er af te halen bij een dealer. Het systeem zal waarschijnlijk melden dat er een verkeerd component in de auto zit
     

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