1999 VW Jetta why are none of my brake lights working but turn signals and reverse lights are?
Could be the brake light switch or fuse.
Why are your 1990 jetta turn signals flashing fast and are not working but emergency signals work ok?
What would fix emergency 4-way flasher in a 98 VW Jetta TDI when the outside lights won't flash but the red indicator light on the module lights up steadily and turn signals are normal?
Why dont your blinkers work in your 1990 jetta you changed the flasher and the fuses are not broken The hazards work but turn signals wont?
Both backup lights on my 2001 Volkswagon Jetta GL do not work I replaced the bulbs How do I figure out which fuse is for the backup lights?
This happened once to me, the cause was in the electrical conector for the rear lights, one of the cables had melted the conector, maybe this is happening to you also. I fixed the problem cutting that cable and connecting it directly to the rear lights assembly (here in Mexico is dificul to get spare parts), maybe in your case (US) you could change the connector if this is the same problem with your car.
well, it all depends on what bumper lights you're trying to change. say for example the side markers, you just pop them out, unplug, plug in new ones and pop them back in. the front left/right signals, the same way. pop out, unplug, plug in new ones, pop back in. fog lights are a different story. you got some wiring to do.
I disagree with the other poster, changing the lights is rather simple in my opinion. You access the light bundle from within the trunk. There are two access panels, on the left it will be your "Roadside Safety" space, on the right, a much smaller but similarly locking panel. Open these to reveal the lighting bundles. There are pinch tabs on either side of the light bundle. Pinch and remove. Check for burned bulbs or…
Where is the turn signal relay located in a 2001 VW Golf and how do you determine which relay is for the turn signals?
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Can anyone tell my why the turn signals in a 2001 Jetta 2.0 work intermittenly or not at all When I turn the signals on I sometimes see that that they flash but then they go out?
I suspect you have a bad turn signal switch, but try replacing the Flasher Relay first. I had the similar problem with my 01 Jetta, I took it to VW and they informed me that there was a recall on the hazard light switch (which is also the relay for the turn signals), and that seemed to fix it. This could be causing the problem that you are having, check this site out and it…
CALL VW! I just had a problem with my 2001 Jetta Wolfsburg (1.8T). The brake light switch is on RECALL. You might be able to get it fixed for NOTHING. My brake lights weren't working, and I called the dealership, and I had the problem fixed (no cost to me) within a week. FYI- there is also a recall on the hazard light switch. If it's the same switch as used in the MKIV Jetta…
Why would the turn signals stop working on a '99 Jetta if the fuse is good and all the bulbs are good?
I had a front left flasher problem on my jetta 97. The bulb looked OK but you could notice the solder on one of the contact on the bulb was some sort of melted a little. That was enough to make it stop working. Even tried to pull on the contact blade in the connector. It work for couple of days and bam ded again. Replaced with a new bulb and flasher worked again. Hope…