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If the are not working you need to take the instrument panel out and twist the bulbs out. befor you buy take the ones out that are working and put them in the place where they are not. If they work then you know it is just a bulb or lamp. Now since you have it out replace all of the lamps
Hmm...it would sort of make sense given that everything else seems to work in relation to the gate and locks, except that...the manual seems pretty clear that hitting the switch should, if nothing else, get me the "LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT IS OPEN" message on the instrument panel...I'll have to pull out the owner's manual again.
You should be able to find a picture of the warning light and its related explanation in your owners manual. Just look for the section that covers the instrument panel. If you don't have the owners manual, give the VW dealership a call and speak with a service writer, he should be able to explain what the light means and what you might need to do to correct it.
I believe the "green key" icon on your instrument panel is a security/ theft warning light, if you do not have the owners manual, i would suggest contacting the dealer to find out more information. Hope this helps.
Hiya--the green headlamp logo on the instrument panel comes on automatically after you start up the engine.
The green light comes on when your headlight switch is on 'auto' until you turn it to 'parking lights' or 'full on' function, that'll turn off the green light...it's normal.
The other thing is if one of 2 headlight bulb reach the end of bulb life, the green light will flash on/off a few times then stay off....until you or the garage shop put in new headlight bulb.