I have a 2005 jetta that is having trouble with the interior lights. I have checked the fuse and changed it three times each time the lights works but then when i get out of the car and come back to it a few minutes latter the fuse is blow again.I live in colorado where it is now -10 degrees. I have not had this problem untill now. Could it be the weather or what else?
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Re: 2005 jetta linterior lights fuse
Your best option is to locate someone who can scan your car. The model you have is capable of checking almost all of the electrical systems using vcds/vag-com. Check on www.vwvortex.com/forums they have local members who can help you fix this issue.
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i am having trouble with power windows at first it was the switch and then the motor now that i replace both it won't work at all gas cap wont open and windows dont go up i check both fuses boxes and fund no burn fuses can you please help is for a 2005 VW Jetta 2.5
I presume cero ligths (Fronts, Rears, Interior, panel and so on). This is a very rare problem because circuits are "independent", any way, start checking fuses. If they are ok, probably one of the harnesses is disconnected or with a false contact ( very rare, however it happens). You have to check the harnesses of the Main switch (key), and front ligths.
Check the dome light, there is supposed to be a three-position switch; off, on constant and on when door opens...try that switch and see if the lights come on...if that doesn't work, check the bulb to see if it is burned out and if that doesn't work, check the fuse panel for a blown fuse...
Hopefully you've gotten your car fixed by now, but mine just did the same thing today 4/25/2010. While changing the dome light, I blew the 10 amp 'Batt Saver' fuse located inside the car driver side fuse area. The mini fuses in the interior are nearly impossible to check if they are blown without a tester. I bought a cheap one for $5 at AutoZone and discovered. Once replaced, all worked fine. Hope this helps someone else with the same problem I had today.