8-amp fuses are recommended for practically everything on a Beetle of that age. http://www.vw-resource.com/wiring.html#standard
Hi the fuses for the heated seats is uderneath the rear seat once you lift up the seat you will see the fuse fox
Check your fuses.
The fuse layout diagram for a 2000 vw beetle is on the panel that covers the fuses. The fuses are located on the side of the dash on the drivers side. When you pop off the cover, there should be a fuse puller and a digram of the fuses on the cover that you just popped off.
on the driver side end of the dash
fuses appear ok. Still no sound, radio, CD player, DVD player appear to be working
There is a fuse panel on the door jam of the driver side door. The fuses are labeled on the door of the fuse panel.
cAN ANYONE TELL ME WHERE I CAN FIND THE HEADLIGHT FUSES FOR A 1998 NEW BEETLE I found a diagram here: http://www.somewhereville.com/blogimages/New_Beetle_Fuse_Card_large_10April2009.jpg
Check your car fuses.
I wouldn't recommend it. Aircooled VW fuses are pointy ended, and the fusebox on an aircooled VW is designed with them in mind. Technically, you COULD replace the fusebox and use glass fuses, but if I was going to all that trouble I'd change to either the modern plastic fuses or to circuit breakers.
try replacing your bulbs and check sockets for corrosion or possible loose wires try wiggling the wires
Open the driver's side door, it will be on the side of the dashboard, under a cover. Open with a screw driver.
it has 3 auto-reset breakers behind the battery on the front of the rear fender where the starter relay is, no fuses unless you have heated grips, vest etc.
I belive fuses are located on the back seat
More than likely a blown fuse. Check the fuses before proceeding.
Your radiator cooling fan may be defective. Have it checked buy a professional. This could lead to a harness fire if you keep putting fuses in/ Blown fuses indicate too heavy of load on wires. Get it fixed.
Look at the maual for fuses look at which one is for the lighter and see if the fuse is burnt out. If not bring to a shop.
does your owners manual show anything under fuses? Or you may have to go to a vw dealer
Your rpm and odometer sensor were probably busted.
The fusebox is underneath the steering wheel for access to the fuses. the back of it is in the trunk, close to the hinges, underneaththe mess of wires
Cause they could all be connected to the same fuse. check the fuses.
Might be due to both the headlight bulbs being burnt out. Need to check fuses also.