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Re: 1992 fuse pannel
If your fuse panel has a cover it will have a diagram on it telling you what size and what each fuse does, The fuse panel will be labled telling you what size fuse goes in each spot and what it is for.
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Which Fuse are you needing to Change? The Fuse Box is Located Under Your Dash Board on The Drivers Side. If you still have the Fuse Box Cover it will have a Diagram of what fuse goes where and for what each fuse is Used For. From: WYOCWBOY
I have the diagrams you need. There are two different configurations under the hood for your fuse diagrams but I can send both to you along with the one inside of the car. Send me your email and I will send you the diagrams. Outdoorsman592003@gmail.com
Instead of the fuses you should try the relays. Fuses are commonplace and easy to just take a fuse from something not needed and slide it into the ignition slot and the car will start. You would have to remove all the fuses and then place them all in and it would be frustrating at best. Fuses are also pretty easy to come by. What I used to do until I had an alarm professionally installed was to go under the hood and find the car's relays which are basically self resetting fuses. Under the relay cover should be a diagram of which relay goes where but not that it really matters because generally the relays should be uniform. Just remove them and shut the hood. Once the starter relay is removed the vehicle will not start or even turn over for that matter. Unless this dude has a tow truck or incredibly strong arms and a lot of patience the car will not move. Plus it only takes a minute once you get the hang of it. Pop the hood remove all relays shut the hood and be on your way. Then when your ready to start the vehicle just put all of them back in. Another possible solution is to change the locks but that option isn't free. Either way though its up to you. I hope this helps....
Send me an email address and I'll send along a fuse block diagram for my daughters 1998 Beetle, it's most likely the same in 2004. Compare the arrangement with yours.
The 1998 diagram doesn't indicate any fuse in the inside fuse block that controls the power windows (even though my daughters 1998 has power windows). There is a metal fuse on the fuse block above the battery that controls the cars electrical system, but the diagram indicates that this should only be replaced by a VW Dealer.
Maybe you can call the local VW Dealer once you have a fuse block diagram to refer to. They should be willing to tell you over the phone.