Replacing old damaged interior parts Volkswagen Golf V

Replacing old damaged interior parts Volkswagen Golf V

Master windows switch panel trim replacement Golf 5
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-Headlight switch, mirror control switch, power window master, window switch –
-Shift Boot & Knob –
-Window switch panel trim, door Handel (for all 4 doors) –
-Headlight & Fog Light Switch Control

In this video, I show you how to make your VW Golf V interior look like new again.
I ordered all the parts from AliExpress With just $65 including shipping costs, the shipping time was 20 days but it was worth the wait, the pieces fit and work perfectly.
The replacement lasted almost two hours.
The car belongs to my father, it was a great surprise for him to see 15-year old parts look like the day he bought the car.

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Here are some AliExpress links to cheap tools that I use daily in my workshop:

Plastic removal tool:
-11 pieces removal tool set (I have bought this one for almost 3 years and I still use it)

-22 pieces removal tool set

-7 pieces ceap removal tool set

-Torx Screwdriver Set from T5 to T30

-Long torx Screwdriver T15 T20 T25 T27 T30(use torx t20 to remove the car exterior door handles almost all cars have this screw)

Small Electric Drill Cordless Screwdriver:


Flexible Magnetic Pick Up Tool:

Rubber Eraser disk:
(i use this to remove old Stickers and Glue Adhesive left on car)

LED Flashlight:

Infrared Thermometer:

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WARNING:This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK.