2018 VW Tiguan High Beam

2018 VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN
HIGH BEAM LED BULBS INSTALLATION

How to install LED high beam H7 for your VW Tiguan (Volkswagen Tiguan) Simple step by step installation. Upgrade LED headlights. 2018-2020 Volkswagen Tiguan

Upgrading your Volkswagen Tiguan High beam halogen bulbs can make your drive down a dark road super safe and easy. High beams are design to shine the light further down the road to illuminate hard to see areas. When upgrading your High beams with LEDs, you will  be able to see down the road several more feet in front than with halogen bulb.

For 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan with Halogen headlights and not stock LEDs, the High beam headlight requires a H7 bulb. If the vehicle is equipped with stock HID headlamps or a stock H15 high beam, this H7 bulb will not be compatible. We here at ALLA Lighting always advise to confirm the original stock bulb part number for confirmation before purchase due to variations is sub-model and other. 

For other Volkswagen Tiguan, please see our available LED options here.

We have several LED bulbs including interior lights, license plate lights, fog lights, low beams, turn signal lights and much much more. Feel free to click on our site for the latest and greatest in LEDs only at ALLA Lighting!

Before we get started, we have listed the necessary tools we used in our installation video. 

You will need a flat-head screwdriver and needle nose pliers.

Step#1: Remove the dust cover

Step#2 : Unplug wire connector (pull apart)

Step3# : Pry free the 3 locking tabs

Step#4 : Tighten the LED bulb connection to the LED driver. 

Step#5 : Plug in the new LED bulb connector to the vehicle wiring harness.

Step#6 : Insert the LED bulb into the housing with the square tab on top.

Step#7 : Feed any extra wires and the driver into the high beam housing

Step#8 : Put back the dust cover making sure it is tight all the way around

Step#9 : Repeat process for opposite side

You can watch whole installation via our youtube video below

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