Volkswagen Passat B7 gps tracking

Volkswagen Passat B7 GPS Tracking

Track your Passat B7 for free and visualize it on map

Produced from: 2010
Produced to: today

How to track your favourite Volkswagen - model Passat B7 in realtime for free ?

Producer remarks about this particular model

Volkswagen Passat B7 was introduced in October 2010 as the successor to B6. It is based on the same floorpan as its predecessor, but was extended wheelbase (only for USA). B7 Passat 2.0 TDI has been entered into the Guinness Book of Records. In 2013, serial copy of the manual gearbox driven by all states of the USA with an average fuel consumption ratio of 3.02 l/100 km.

Our product description

We are offering you completely free of charge our GPS car tracking solution in real time. The only thing you need to do is to install smartphone with Android inside your vehicle with our awesome application on board

If you want to track your Volkswagen Passat B7 in real time you have to do the following :


1. Download Free Car Tracking Application for Passat B7 application from Google Play

2. Create free account on (for example johndoe) - here is detailed instruction

3. Define Device endpoint  for each vehicle you want to track - give friendly name of your Passat B7  and PIN (some random will be provided - you can change it if you want)

4. Run SpySat mobile application on the smartphone and type there your LOGIN from SpySat (ex. johndoe) and PIN (from point 3.)

5. Install your smartphone inside the car

6. Enjoy watching position of your car at site.

7. Provide stable power supply - spysat app consumes some energy.

Best options to install smartphone inside Volkswagen Passat B7


Our engineers together with engineers from Volkswagen developed an optimal place we should put a tracking device. The device should be packaged in a special case. It is protected against mechanical shock and sudden temperature changes. An important element is the airbag anti-shock eliminates most dangerous vibrations.

To permanently mount a smartphone in your Volkswagen Passat B7, follow these steps:

1. Choose the appropriate mounting bracket for your smartphone. Make sure it is compatible with your car's interior and matches the design of your phone. You can find many options online or at an automotive store.
2. Remove any adhesive or sticky residue from the mounting bracket that may interfere with its connection to the battery. Clean the area where you plan to mount the bracket with a cloth or rubbing alcohol.
3. Locate the location of the positive and negative terminals on your car's battery. The positive terminal is usually marked with a red arrow, while the negative terminal is marked as \"negative.\" Make sure you have proper tools like a multimeter to avoid damaging the battery during installation.
4. Drill or use adhesive mounting tabs to secure the bracket onto the vehicle floor behind the front passenger seat. This will depend on your car model and interior design. Be sure to follow your car's instructions for drilling holes.
5. Attach the mounting bracket to the battery terminals using electrical tape or cable ties. Make sure it is securely fastened and does not interfere with any other parts of the vehicle.
6. Install a smartphone app that allows you to track your phone and monitor its battery life, such as \"Phone GPS Tracker\" (available for free on our website). Connect your phone to the car's battery and the app to ensure a permanent direct connection between them.
7. Test the installation by turning on your car's ignition to make sure the smartphone remains securely mounted and is properly connected to the battery.
8. Follow maintenance tips recommended for your specific Volkswagen Passat B7 model, such as regular inspections of the battery, alternator, and other electrical components.
Remember that this installation may void your warranty, so proceed with caution and at your own risk. Consult a professional if you are unsure about any steps involved in the process.

Users opinions and questions

When two years ago I sat in the living room of the Passat thought - wow, what a piece of cool, solid bryki. Today, after several months of use Passat I'm not so convinced about the solidity.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the recommended maintenance intervals and common issues related to the DSG transmission in the 2010-2014 VW Passat B7?

The maintenance intervals for a DSG transmission (Direct Shift Gearbox) in a 2010-2014 Volkswagen Passat B7 are generally every 30,000 to 60,000 miles or 3 to 5 years. However, this can vary depending on driving conditions and usage.
Some common issues related to the DSG transmission in the B7 Passat include:
1. Shuddering or jerking during shifts - This could be due to low fluid levels, contaminated fluid, or a faulty sensor.
2. Noises from the transmission - Whining, grinding, or humming noises can indicate a problem with the transmission, such as worn clutch packs or damaged gears.
3. Difficulty shifting into gear or slipping out of gear - This can be caused by a variety of issues, including dirty or low fluid levels, faulty sensors, or failed solenoids.
4. Delayed shifts or hesitation - This can result from various problems, such as low fluid levels, contamination, or faulty sensors.
5. Check engine light - A DSG transmission problem can trigger the check engine light.
To prevent these issues and maintain the longevity of your DSG transmission, it's essential to follow the recommended maintenance intervals and have your vehicle inspected by a certified Volkswagen technician. They will be able to identify any potential problems and recommend the necessary repairs or maintenance procedures.

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