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you need new bulbs in tail lights one bulb in each side has two elements one works brake other works running lights the elements in the bulb for tail lites are bad . so just replace bulbs. hope this helps.
Did you check the bulbs into taillamps and fuses?If they are O.K. check brake light switch,located on the top of brake pedal with two wires connector.Disconnect the plug and short with wire.Check brake lights at the back.If O.K. check the switch.Some models use self adjusting switch.Just pull out the front part of the switch and put him back.
check brake light fuse. if ok. check to make sure you have dcv at brake pedal brake light switch mounted on brake pedal. if there is voltage present depress brake pedal and dcv shold be present on other terminal of brake pedal switch. if not replace brake pedal switch
Very difficult. You have to open the inside access door on the drivers side, remove the amp and wheel well cover, pinch the tabs and the bulb cluster will release. The taillight assembly is bolted from inside of the car, so it can't be done outside.
I had the same problem with my 06 TDI, it ended up being a weak filament in the small marker bulb located in the high beam housing . The light was on and off for months before I NOTICED ON 1 OCCASION THAT THE MARKER LIGHT WAS OUT.