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What would make the windows alarm sunroof and the interior lights stop working on a 2000 VW Jetta V6?

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2004-11-18 06:13:31
2004-11-18 06:13:31

Probably a fuse. Get out the owners manual and look through it. The labeling for the fuses are shown in that book, and a lot of times the labeling is on the fuse box cover itself. If it isn't the fuse, or if it blows a fuse again, take the car to the dealer to have it checked out.

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