Pull out on the light switch when you have turned it to the
right to turn on the lights.
Check the panel lights resistor switch and be sure that they are not turned off.
The switch could be bad or the wire could be burned out.
Check the brake light switch. This can cause the brake lights to go out. There have been a couple of recalls on the 2001 for this exact problem. Contact your local VW dealer and have the switch replaced.
the carbaretta could have blown mate
Check wiring harnesses - prone to corrosion
It could be the cooling fan swith, the water temperature sensor, or the cooling, (radiater), fan motor. It can allso be a loose electrical connection or a blown fuse.
The wrong anti-freeze could cause the water to freeze in the engine. The wrong anti-freeze could cause abnormal corrosion in the radiator.
It could be the brake light switch, usually mounted on the brake pedal.
First. It sounds like you have some wires in the wrong place. At no time should anything you do concerning your rear lights affect your wipers. You also probably have a short circuit or a broken wire somewhere.
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, defective blower motor, or defective fan speed switch.
either the switch is not working or a wire to the switch is broken
I tried all the fuses, the parts that under the brakes I checked that. All lights come on and working except the brake lights no break lights.
The Headlight switch is where the dash receives it's power from.
check your wiring for your lights under the dash or a bad ground
the problem could be your battery, you should talk to a mechanic or the car dealer you got your car from. good luck:)
Check to make sure that ALL turn signals are working Could be flasher
Check all you fuses that is a good possibility that's what wrong.
I could be wrong...BUT when a player is in the zone, they are said to play out of their mind. When they leave they flip the switch. Lights out.
Could you specify what exactly is working improperly, and what it is that it is doing wrong? There is a pretty broad spectrum of possibilities there.
my back brake lights don't work, but the brake light on the back door does what could be wrong
You spelled "beetle" wrong.
Check to see if parking and tailights are working - same circuit could be a blown fuse
Look for a blown fuse.
In my venture ther is a switch on the overhead console that disables the inside lights.
There could be a couple of reasons why the headlights won't work when the other lights do. One reason could be a blown bulb. Another reason could be a problem in the wiring.
Brake lights often use a dual-filament bulb. If this gets inserted the wrong way other functions can suffer.
You can not. The two cars are completely different...the New Beetle has the engine at the wrong end. The New Beetle is bigger than the Old.
It could be any number of things. What specifically is wrong with it?
you may have to take it to a sprint store and have them look at it. There could be many different things wrong with it.
The blower in my 2001 Honda Civic did not stop working.
i had the same problem...turned out the hazard flashers button on top of steering column was in the wrong position ! ...talk about simplr..hope it works for you
When my check engine light comes on, it is caused by the temperature sensor not working. As soon as the light comes on, my temperature drops to cool. If the light goes out, the temp gauge returns to normal.
The engine needs fuel, compression and spark to run, you are missing one of those.
Something wrong with your alarm system, like not working maybe.
you could have crossed the wires somehow or caused them to short out.
Recheck your battery to see if hooked up right.
If the high and low beam headlights stopped working on a 2000 Toyota Tundra, the fault could be with the headlight relay switch. This is a large fuse located in the fuse box on top of the battery.
Check to see that the wiring is still in good shape and that they are all connected. As my previous car aged, this was a problem. Also, check the bulbs and their sockets. Sometimes they are dirty or no longer seat probably.
Sounds like you may have the bulb in wrong. Check it out with another bulb that is working.
The first thing I'd do is check the fuse. If the fuse is good the you might have a short in a wire somewhere.
If it does not turn over, but the lights work, you have a bad starter.
There are 2 possible ways it isn't working. 1:You could have entered it wrong. 2:You could have entered the pearl version of the code. !
sounds like the choke is not working correctly
It could eighter mean you did it wrong or that it may be the disk.
Vehicle Speed sensor disconnected
you need either a switch or regulator
I believe that it is illegal to run fog lights and high beams together, however I could be wrong.
The fan relay could be bad or the fan motor could be bad.
Could be temperature sensor Could be gauge
It is the brake light switch. The 3rd light has a different switch. GoodluckJoe you can check under neith the bed for fire where they come together. if ther is fire it is the circuit board where your lights go. if there is no fire then its gonna be in the turn signal switch