Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
HELLO I HAVE A 2004 GOLF 2000CC DIESEL NON TURBO . I HAD THE SAME TROUBLE WITH THE RESISTER PACK BUT HAVE REPLACED IT TWICE NOW AND IT HAS BLOWN AGAIN . PLEASE HELP , CHEERS DARREN
If you're referring to the part housed just below the fan unit then I suggest you check the resistor with an VOM and see if it's really blown. Because there are times people have replaced this thinking that it was bad. There's a chance that a small copper contact piece coming loose or fell off the switch mechanism. Either repairing it or replacing the whole assembly to fix the power problem.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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