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Hello, my name is ***** ***** thank you for using just answer. Please check fuse 16 in the engine compartment fuse block. Should be a green 30 amp, and should be near the top (toward the windshield) center of the fuse block. There was an recall for the fuse block on some of the cars, not sure if it applies to yours. dealerships typically ask you if you want any available updates performed when your car is there. thank you.
Kyle S.A.S.E. certified master auto technicianlicensed smog technician, test and repair, L-1 advanced engine performance certifiedCertified Volkswagen technician, 2003,2004,2013,2014,2015Volkswagen and Audi independent 12 years
Im sorry, the fuse box in question is from the newer body style, not yours. If you supply me with the vin number and production date from the sticker in the drivers door sill, i will get you the fuse layout for your vehicle, thank you.
Your car does not have specific fuses for the lighting system. It uses an electrical system control module. ( i think its dumb, but it is what it is). A scan tool capable of talking to all modules in the car ( the car has several computers) would be very helpful. But, you can check fuse 19 and 20 in the fuse block you showed me, as well as fuse 28 and 29.
Here is a layout. Also, which bulbs are currently not working on the vehicle? thank you.