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Hey guys,
Can anyone point me in the right direction.

Where can I find the part number for a mk6 MFSW with paddle shifters?

looked through the FAQ and search but couldn't find

thanks,
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I should clarify. I have a 2010 TDI Sportwagen with DSG that came with the mk6 MFSW. It doesn't, however, have the paddle shifters.

The article about swapping the paddle for non-paddle steering wheels mentions that the 2010+ Golf TDI with DSG comes with a mk6 paddle shift MFSW but doesn't give a part number. I'm hoping someone can help me out here :)

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try this one 3C8 419 091 M E74
That is a showing up as a multifunction steering wheel but I can't find the specs on it.

The Golf part numbers for leather MFSW for vehicles w/tiptronic are:
3c8 419 091 ak e74 (3c8419091ake74) (for cars built between 10/08 and 2/09)
3c8 419 091 ap e74 (3c8419091ape74) (for all other 2010)
3c8 419 091 bf e74 (3c8419091bfe74) (for 2011 cars)

5k0 419 091 e asy (5k0419091easy) (2010 GTI wheel w/red stitching)
5k0 419 091 an asy (5k0419091anasy) (2011 GTI wheel w/red stitching)

5k0 419 091 m asz 5k0419091masz (2010 GTD wheel black/art grey)
5k0 419 091 aq asz 5k0419091aqasz (2011 GTD wheel black/art grey)

These will be added to the writeup now.
 

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Thank you so much for the detailed information! So these numbers will apply to the Sportwagen as well (ie. there aren't ones specific to the JSW?).

Thanks again!
 

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Not sure because the parts catalog has an error. It still shows the 2010 Golf wagon (there's no Jetta wagon in the catalog) as still showing the mk5 wheels.

These part numbers are for the Golf and I'm over 50% confident they will work.
 

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So these numbers will apply to the Sportwagen as well (ie. there aren't ones specific to the JSW?).
I suppose its only typical when you only get half the story. I show different part numbers. ;)
 

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I suppose its only typical when you only get half the story. I show different part numbers. ;)
What part numbers do you show for the 2010 GSW or JSW? When I look at the parts catalog I only see the mk5 wheels. That's for tiptronic, leather, and for vehicles with tiptronic (I assume they have paddle shifters since they're from the Golf, otherwise they'd just use regular wheels).
 

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Well the Sportwagen is the US equivalent of a European Estate. This shouldn't matter when we are talking about switches. ETKA 7.2 says

Left push button for tiptronic in titanium black - 3C8 951 527 YCR - £67.60 10/08 to 05/10
Right push button for tiptronic in titanium black - 3C8 951 528 YCR - £67.60 10/08 to 05/10

Left push button for GTI, tiptronic in titanium black - 5K0 951 527 YCR - £64.57 04/09 to 05/10
Right push button for GTI, tiptronic in titanium black - 5K0 951 528 YCR - £64.57 04/09 to 05/10


3c8 419 091 ak e74 (3c8419091ake74) (for cars built between 10/08 and 2/09)
3c8 419 091 ap e74 (3c8419091ape74) (for all other 2010)
3c8 419 091 bf e74 (3c8419091bfe74) (for 2011 cars)

5k0 419 091 e asy (5k0419091easy) (2010 GTI wheel w/red stitching)
5k0 419 091 an asy (5k0419091anasy) (2011 GTI wheel w/red stitching)

5k0 419 091 m asz 5k0419091masz (2010 GTD wheel black/art grey)
5k0 419 091 aq asz 5k0419091aqasz (2011 GTD wheel black/art grey)
Those are steering wheels not switches.

Multi.steering.wheel (leather) black aluminium 5K0 419 091 B USZ - £437.71 ;)
 
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