Question about 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
I put myself in this pickle. I knew my heated seat didn't work so I thought I would be clever and check the passenger side (underneath) to see what was unplugged. Tried to copy driver side and was somewhat blind. Don't know why I was so stupid!!! Endeaver to plug in a white plug. Now locks, window, hood and truck are not working. So far I've located the fuses in the fuse panel. Checked out OK. My next step is to locate and check applicable fuses in the relay panel, as soon as I can locate. Needless to say, I'm panicing somewhat. If these fuses are OK, what's next? I'm confident I have not disturbed other things under seat that are plugged in. Have I blew the wiring? If so what will it take to find and fix?
Someone has disconnected the seat heating plug for a reason, probably for the same reason and situation you now find yourself in.
But don't panic, more than likely you have blown a main fuse in the relay panel so check that out before doing anything else. You are unlikely to have blown the wiring and there isn't much else under the seat to disturb.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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