These kits are just great! I have fitted several of these kits to my vehicles over the years as well as friends and families (I fitted kits to both my 75's).
They do really work well and are very accurate, you can rely on the continued beep or go by the 0.0 distance on the LCD LED (Light Emitting Diode)
display panel when reversing. I find if I stop on the 0.0 I am actually only 10" away from the object, which I think is brilliant (the 75 has a BIG rear end and reversing sensors are a god send).
Its an easy process with fitting BUT! you will sweat a little when you start drilling into the 75's bumper as its so big bold and beautiful, on a 75 you can take the bumper off and you will see the markings for the factory fit sensors where they would of gone if your 75 had them fitted standard from the factory (but as its a VW that wont matter).
You can use the supplied drill which is very good quality, just make sure you use a power drill that is plugged into the mains (the cordless 9v 12v rechargeable drills may tear into the bumper through lack of power) 24v may do it but make sure its fully charged and ready to go.
Only two wires to connect, one to earth and one to your reverse + wire on the back of your rear light cluster wire loom.
The Cisbo kits are the better kit as they are base on Philips DSP technique, some of the other kits are copies and not as good quality.
Get shopping and then get drilling...... Good Luck!
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