- Jun 25, 2006
- Omaha NEEEBRASKA
- 2011 Golf TDI 6MT, 2011 Jetta TDI DSG, 2015 Golf Sportwagen S TDI DSG
I can agree with that logic because, well, it's logical. Now if you are changing your fluid and actually want to work on your car, I'd say this is the first of MANY reasons to purchase the VAG-COM but I hear what you are saying.If your DSG is working perfectly and not leaking oil anywhere, it is far easier to measure the exact quantity of oil you drained and install the same quantity of new oil back in. I know this will inflame the purists but it is a fact. I have 7 TDI DSG geared Jettas and have used this process with no ill effects. The factory fill is what it is and if the damn thing is working fine, I just don't see a need to buy VAG-COM and go that route. If you have a leaky one then yes you need to do it by the book to get it filled properly. Fix the leak though.