For Australian right hand drive 2009 VW Mk VI golf 2.0 tdi. Engine code: CBAB, Transmission code: LQV DSG oil change does NOT require removal of air filter/intake housing and battery tray Have just changed dsg oil in the above vehicle. It is a lot easier than the Jetta dsg oil change described in the 1000q how to index and faq. Please read "DIY VW DSG fluid drain and change service" Tools required: 4 Jack stands to elevate the vehicle Torx screwdriver T25 and T30 to remove the under engine splash shield 15/16 socket on a 1/2 inch ratchet to remove the DSG filter. 14mm allen or hex bit with a 1/2" coupler on 1/2" breaker bar 300mm 5/16 allen or hex bit with a 3/8" coupler to a 3/8" ratchet to remove standpipe (8mm allen is too wide) VAS 6262A fill tool Ross tech Hex-CAN-USB VCDS cable and Windows 7 starter netbook computer. Consumables are all from VW VW DSG filter which includes O ring VW DSG oil - 5L but it comes in 1L bottles. DSG Drain plug washer - I always change washers, but the old washer looks in very good condition, as it is not crushable. There were 2 differences in the method described in the 1000q how to index and faq: I did not need to remove air filter housing and battery tray to remove the dsg filter. My 15/16 socket on a 1/2" ratchet was 63mm in height. I was able partially to see the dsg filter as it was partially hidden under the battery tray. I could attach the ratchet to loosen the filter, remove the filter housing, remove the filter and instal the new filter and housing, hand tighten, then tighten with same ratchet - all without contacting the battery tray. 5/16 allen or hex bit instead of 8mm allen/hex bit to remove standpipe. I found the 8mm allen/hex bit to be slightly too big. I used the factory fill method with the VAS6262A from Samstagsales.com The total dsg fluid drained with filter removed was 4.5 litres. The filter was black and the oil was a transparent light golden colour. Total km driven 71000km. Apart from the above differences everything is as described in the 1000q how to index and faq.