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Is there a Fog Light Kit available for the 2010 Jetta Sports Wagon? If so, what are it's part numbers, if not, when will it be available?
 

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When will a Fog Light Kit be available for the 2010 Jetta Sports Wagon? If one is available, what are the part numbers for the light kit and switch?
 

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Thanks! I'll check into it and let you know what I find out. My new car doesn't come in until the end of November so I'm getting my research done ahead of time.
 

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I have all of the part #s and a source for a wiring harness.and my prices are slightly less than OEM Plus's site.
and no I am not selling I just sourced the part#s and am ordering the parts for myself next week............
 

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Plug N Play possibilities ....

With VW Mexico being the sole source of the Jetta/Golf - wagon/variant production, it would be interesting to understand how much Plug N Play there is with this model VW.

One look at the German VW site show's how well eqiupped the Golf Variant can be; production is along side of USA our cars.
Is there Plug N Play for headlight washers as example? etc.

A German market Golf Variant made in Mexico ca be equipped with xenon lights w/washers (big deal, so what) Leather, Independent Aux heater w/remote start, Rear camera, F&R park sensors, Exculsive interior option range, factory tined glass, trailer hitch, suspension & wheel packages, etc.

On second thought, the same is true of German production Golfs, there made along side of cars indended for USA and Germany. Never mind.
 

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Is there a Fog Light Kit available for the 2010 Jetta Sports Wagon? If so, what are it's part numbers, if not, when will it be available?
No idea, Kraig. It is listed as a factory option. At the very least, it will require replacement of the headlight switch, and the install of the fog lights with new panels in the lower front facade of the car. Key issue: is the wiring is already installed?

I just got my 2010 Jetta SportsWagen last Friday - with no fog lights. Didn't bother me - in the 11 years that my '99 TDI New Beetle was my daily driver, the fog lights were of use about 3 times...
 

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I've read a few articles about foglight installation and there are two competing styles and techniques. One utilizes a relay and the other, more of an OEM style, requires the highline CECM. It think this part is around $200 and requires some reprogramming.

Other than the fact that using a CECM enables a potential burnt bulb warning light on the dash, is there any real advantage over using a relay? On the other hand, I've read that if you go the relay route, the foglights will burn brighter since they're wired directly to the battery.

Seems more complicated and expensive to install a highline CECM just so the owner can brag 'this is how the factory would have done it'!
 

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The problem here is that the CECM on the 2010's is completely different than the 2009 and below's .........The CECM is Combined with the CCM so we are dealing with a completely different animal........I am going to install with a relay harness and go back later after someone figures it out.........
 

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Maybe this is old news, but I just noticed that at the official VW site (see: Build a Jetta SportWagen) they offer a "Fog Light Retrofit Kit" as an accessory for $330. Looks more like a dealer option, not a factory installed one.
 

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Someone else posted this, it is not yet available at the dealer. It also cannot be added as a factory option. Why this is on their website I have no idea but it's been verified as not available. Really stupid on VW's part. It should be available in the future.
 

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This doesn't make any sense, if it's for sale on their website at least a few dealer should have it in stock.
It is not for Sale on there website........It is in "Development" as least that is what I was told.........and that usually means a long delay.........in my experience.
 

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VW Gear: drivergear.vw.com

Maybe this is old news, but I just noticed that at the official VW site (see: Build a Jetta SportWagen) they offer a "Fog Light Retrofit Kit" as an accessory for $330. Looks more like a dealer option, not a factory installed one.
In the VW brochures they mentioned "drivergear.vw.com" for accessories; the site does list the Fog Lights "Sold only through your local dealership. Professional installation may be required at an additional charge. Prices may vary. VW PART #: 1KM05225OU"

There are other items that you can buy online directly through the site that don't require dealer installation in case you are interested.
 

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Finally received all the parts to install Factory Foglights on my 2010 Jetta Sportwagen, received the wiring harness which is from Eurowires.net
I did not get a Euro Headlight switch........

I hope to install the Grills and the Foglights this weekend

Parts list
1X 5K0-941-700-B Foglight
1X 5K0-941-699-B Foglight
2X N-911-329-01 Screw
1X 1K9-854-661 Grill
1x 1K9-854-662 Grill

The Headlight switch I got is a Factory (Auto) that has a Front Fog Light setting but no Parking Light setting or Rear Fog Light Switch........
#3C8-941-431-E-XSH
The Foglights came with bulbs. the price for all these parts was 380.10
This will not be the factory install through the CECM it will be with a Custom harness
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