The brake light bulb lamp part number will depend on if you have a 2002 volkswagen jetta wagon or sedan. See sources and related links below for more information.
1157 or 1077.
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This indicates the front brake pads are worn.
brake light flashing on 2002 jetta tdi
its like changing a light bulb and depends on the car model 2007 volkswagen beetle
The price for a brake light for the 2005 VW Jetta wagon varies by retailer. As of 2014 this part range from 35.00 to 50.00.
I made a video on how to change the head lights in my jetta This is for a 2006 jetta tdi, but other years apply http://www.truezombielife.com/2006-jetta-head-light-replacement/
Its under the motor
To change the brake lights on a 1997 Volkswagen Polo first locate the brake light housings in the trunk. Remove the plastic covers and unlock the bulbs. Remove the bulbs and install the new brake lights.
The check engine light has to be reset with a OBD scan tool
replace front brake pads
This is a light indicating that the front brake pads are low. There is a sensor on them that causes a light to come on when they get to a certain point. You have time but I certainly would not wait too long.
The hazzard light switch in the middle of the dash includes the flasher.
no oil or low oil pressure
what do you have to do to change the center brake light
An ABS light on the 2002 Volkswagen Polo refers to the assisted brake system. When the light shines it means there is something currently wrong with the brake system and should be serviced.
Check bulbs, fuse, brake light sensors.
WHICH brake light?
Two things, one the brake light switch needs to be replaced, it sits on top of the brake pedal. There is a recall for this switch for free, called an N4 recall. If you have not had this done then do so. The last thing thing is you have some bulbs out. They are single filament bulbs.
The brake light switch is found behind the 1998 VW Beetles brake pedal. Reach it by removing the lower dash console to gain access to the nut holding the switch in place. Remove the nut then then the switch.
My 2003 Jetta brake light switch had a re-call on it, you should check into that. It goes out about twice a year. I know because I've had to walk home because it woulndn't come out of park
I had that problem today. My jetta is 2001, but there was a recall last year to change the brake switch or something because they're all connected. I was braking, but my brake light wasn't lighting up because there was some kind of disconnect. Hope this helps.
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