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Jetta electrical problems

My battery was removed then reinstalled and now my windows and sunroof won't open, interior lights won't come on, my trunk opens when i turn the key on and it keeps making the sound like it is locking but the little lock buttons don't go down. Wednesday everything was fine. Help

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Hi, i recently bought a used 2001 jetta and had the same problem...auto locks, sunroof, windows, interior lights, trunk switch on door all stopped working all of a sudden. replaced fuse #14 and everything works like magic again...

I found this fuse diagram A LIFE SAVER!!!



-----------------[ S8 ][S 12][S 16][S 20]
-----------[ S5 ][ S9 ][S 13][S 17][S 21]
[ S1 ][ S3 ][ S6 ][S 10][S 14][S 18][S 22]
[ S2 ][ S4 ][ S7 ][S 11][S 15][S 19][S 23]
[ S 24 ] [ S 31 ] [ S 38 ] -- -- --
[ S 25 ] [ S 32 ] [ S 39 ] R R R
[ S 26 ] [ S 33 ] [ S 40 ] S S S
[ S 27 ] [ S 34 ] [ S 41 ] -- -- --
[ S 28 ] [ S 35 ] [ S 42 ] R R
[ S 29 ] [ S 36 ] [ S 43 ] S S
[ S 30 ] [ S 37 ] [ S 44 ] -- --

S1=10 AMP=Heated washer nozzles, glove compartment light, memory seat...
S2=10 AMP=Turn Signal System
S3=5 AMP=Fog Light Relay, Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
S4=5 AMP=License Plate Lamps
S5=7.5 AMP=Comfort System, Cruise Control, Climatronic, A/C, Heated Seat Control Modules, Day/Night Dimming Mirror, Control Module and Control Unit for Multifunction Steering Wheel.
S6=5 AMP=Central Locking System
S7=10 AMP=Back-up Lights, Speedometer Vehicle Speed Sensor.
S8=OPEN
S9=5 AMP=Anti-Lock Brakes.
S10=10 AMP for GAS/5 AMPS for Diesel=ECM
S11=5 AMP=Instrument Cluster
S12=7.5 AMP=B+ (battery positive for data-link connector) (DLC).
S13=10 AMP=Brake Lights
S14=10 AMP=Interior Lights, Central Locking System
S15=5 AMP=Instrument Cluster, Automatic Transmission Control Module (TCM).
S16=10 AMP=A/C Clutch, After Run Coolant Pump.
S17=Open
S18=10 AMP=High Beam Right
S19=10 AMP=High Beam Left
S20=15 AMP=Low Beam Right
S21=15 AMP=Low Beam Left
S22=5 AMP=Parking and Side Marker Lights, Right
S23=5 AMP=Parking and Side Marker Lights, Left
S24=20 AMP=Front Wiper Motor, Washer Pump
S25=25 AMP=Fresh Air Blower, Climatronic, A/C
S26=25 AMP=Rear Window Defogger
S27=15 AMP=Rear Wiper Motor
S28=15 AMP=Fuel Pump, Gas Engine Only
S29=15 AMP Gas/10 AMPS Diesel=ECM
S30=20 AMP=Sunroof Control Module
S31=20 AMP=Automatic Transmission Control Module
S32=10 AMP Gas for Fuel Injectors/15 AMP Diesel for ECM
S33=20 AMP=Headlight Washer System
S34=10 AMP=Engine Control Elements
S35=30 AMP=12 VDC Outlet in Trunk
S36=15 AMP=Fog Lights
S37=10 AMP=Radio Terminal 86S, Instrument Cluster
S38=15 AMP=Central Locking System (w/ Power Windows), Luggage Compartment Light, Remote Fuel Tank Door, Rear Lid Unlock.
S39=15 AMP=Emergency Flashers
S40=20 AMP=Dual Tone Horn
S41=15 AMP=Cigarette Lighter
S42=25 AMP=Radio System
S43=10 AMP=Engine Control Elements
S44=15 AMP=Heated Seats

hope this helps ; )

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2001 jetta gl horn/wiper don't work. check fuse seem ok. help please.

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The 01 Jetta is finicky about battery voltage. Check your owners manual for the correct voltage. Try replacing all of your fuses. It is likely that one or more may have blown. The fuse panel is on the side wall of the driver side dash. There is also a fuse box attached to your battery. Check those too. It is also possible you did damage to the electrical wiring. Any AutoZone/Advance/O'rileys can test that for you. Hope this helps.

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