Pop off the plastic triangle piece at the rear view mirror, and below this on the panel is a round cover about the size of a dime, pop it out and remove the screw. Remove the screw under the arm rest and remove it and the screws under it. The panel will need to be poped out at the botton with a thin tool. The panel should lift up and out from there.
Inside the left front fender, remove the inner plastic fender liner to access.Inside the left front fender, remove the inner plastic fender liner to access.
you need to pull the plastic off on the inside of the car to access it.
You have to go inside the trunk and remove the circular plastic covers from behind the lights. Then you have to unscrew the entire light and you can access the bulbs to replace them.
from inside the trunk pop all of the plastic rivots and you can access the bulbs from the inside..
If you have access to the vehicles; it will be listed on the tag on the inside of the drivers door.................
Inside left (drivers side) door on dash board under an access panel...
On the back of the fuse panel inside the car. Access is from the drivers side kick panel
You must pull off the plastic panel from the inside of the truck to access the lights.
In the drivers footwell , by the inside hood release , behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole )
On the inside of the rear quarter-panel drivers side, access through trunk
inside drivers fender pop hood remove plastic i think 3 bolts hold it to fender
Inside the fuel tank
Use a hammer.
You have to remove door panel to get access to the screws holding the inside plastic cover in place. Remove the plastic cover and then the three nuts holding the mirror.
It is built inside the fender, above the drivers side tire. Should be able to gain access from inside the wheel well.
Some fuses located inside panel on dash inside drivers door and some are in a black plastic box under the hood, it might not be marked but its easy to find.
follow the coolant hose that runs from the top right (drivers side) of the radiator and you will see it attaches to the engine via a black plastic adapter. the front of this adapter has a brown, a blue, and a yellow electrical connectors attached, you need to remove all hoses attached to the black plastic device to get a better view but the thermostat is inside this plastic assembly.easier to access if you remove the plastic motor covering and spark plug wire holders.
Its on the bottom drivers side of the radiator. Just inside the bottom of the wheel well lip is your easiest access. It should be a plastic "key" type on that truck. May be a plug at the bottom or rear bottom of radiator
Inside the trunk or hatch on each side there are plastic access panels. Remove these panels to get access to the sockets which are twist locked into the reflector housing.
I/C regulator built inside alternator.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
You can find the window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
The 1998 VW Jetta drivers side power window relay switch can be found inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the power window relay switch.
The inside is not plastic.
On the BACK side of the fuse panel inside the cabin. Access is by through the DRIVERS side kick panel