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Why would the heater wipers and lowbeams on a 1992 VW Jetta not work but when holding highbeams on everything works?

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2005-01-25 21:57:50
2005-01-25 21:57:50

I had a similar problem with my Jetta. It turned out to be the ignition switch. It takes a little work to change it as the steering column has to come out to disconnect the ignition switch from the bottom of the tumbler( where the key goes in). i

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