Question about 2004 Volkswagen Jetta
I looked at the fuse panel, however, there are only symbols and no words and there is no recongnizable symbol that would indicate on of the fuses are for the radio. At a loss. Also, if I do get it turned on, will I need the code to start the Monsoon radio? And ofcourse, I do not have the code since I bought the car used from a dealership and did not receive a code or a owner's manual.
As to the fuse issue,swap with another fuse of same color/amp rating.Swap fuses one at a time until radio works,usualy a red 15 amp fuse but manufacturers do have a habit of changing things with little or no notice.Unsure wether code would be affected as it should have a constant power source from battery to maintain radios memory.Unless youve disconnected battery fuse should bring it back to life.Good luck and hope not to be too tardy with an answer next time LoL!
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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