Did you ever find an answer? My 99 just did the same thing this week. My husband found fuses on top of the battery and they were all good. So, yes there are fuses. But, that wasn't the problem with my car. If you find out more information please share it. I'm concerned it could be very time consuming and expensive to get this repaired. Thanks. My wife has a 1999 VW Beetle with the 2.0 4cyl. The cooling fans won't come on. I've replaced the Thermostat Radiator Fluid, Temp Sensor, Fan Control Module and pulled the fans and connected them directly to 12V (the fans are good) and NOTHING has fixed it yet. I've checked all fuses I could find and all are good, fans are still INOP. I finally bought a book for the thing and read about some relays that are behind a kick panel on the bottom of the left drivers side floor. I'm going to test those this weekend and see what happens.
My seat heater stopped working. Is there a fuse for this? I can not find anything in my owners manual about the seat heater.
sounds to me like your blowe moter is shorted out. u can use a test light to check for power at the motor,if you can also pull fuse out of fuse box to check fues BUT the blower motor will notstop heater working if no heat ,it is your heater core
You turned them off. The fuse has blown
if both stopped working at the exact same time it is most likely a fuse... consult your owners manual for fuse location and specification
If you look under the passenger side dashboard you will find the heater motor ,attached to the motor is a fuse,check to see if the fuse is connected , or just replace the fuse , it worked for me.
Check for blown fan motor fuse.
sounds like a fuse is blown
if i remember correctly there is a heater fuse behind the glove box. you need to pull the glove box to find it.
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
Only the blower motor not working.
If they both stopped working at the same time - check the fuse. Fuse # 20 in the underdash fuse panel.
Most likely you blew a fuse
The blower motor resistor assembly is located under dash on passenger side.
Left and right stopped working? Check the fuse and/or the flasher relay. Only the left or the right stopped working? Check the bulbs.
Check that the pollen filter has been replaced. Check that the heater fan hasn't seized due to water logging after pollen filter becomes blocked. Check resistor is working (next to heater fan on firewall) Check relay is working correctly.
No, it is not a blown fuse. Once the fuse blows it will never work until you replace the fuse. Sounds like a loose connection in the wiring or a loose fuse.
I would start by checking your fuse box. It will typically be located somewhere under your dashboard, or under the hood. if they stopped working at the same time its probably electrical (fuse, short, etc) if it wasn't the same time it could be unrelated causes. Possibly the thermostat for your heater.
ask your VW parts manager for a picture of the diagaram
I would suspect a fuse to have blown, check your fuse and replace if broken.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, defective blower motor, or defective fan speed switch.
Check fuse if the blower is not working. If it is then replace your heater core. if its not then replace your fan switch.
There is no starter fuse on the New Beetle.
It is possible that the temperature gauge has stopped working in a 1992 Tempo due to a blown fuse. It is also possible that the temperature gauge stopped working do to the temperature sensor in the engine having a short.