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2003 volkswagon beetle fuse

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If you have regular (non-HID) headlights, check 10A fuses 20 and 21 in the fuse panel

Posted on Oct 29, 2012

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SOURCE: headlights work on high beam but not on low beam is there a fuse

on these cars if 1 of the bulbs blow out then you will have to replace them both because they wont work. replace both headlight bulbs and they will be just fine

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SOURCE: both headlights stopped working. fuses are ok and highbeams work

check the headlight bulbs, it's quite possible they are both burnt out.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 no low bwa=eam or running light..bulbs and

Relay 173 has been removed, maybe by the previous owner.

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SOURCE: fuse box diagram for volkswagon beetle

Fuse for radio is located in fascia fuse box
Open driver door,unclip plastic panel end of dash
Cheeck/replace fuse 44 15amp
Should be a diagram in fuse box

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

Testimonial: "thank you. my daughter said she thought it was 42 with a white fuse. she replaced it and the radio still isn't working, so I asked her to check 44. appreciate the information!"

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At the fuse panel, the left headlight low beam is protected by 10A fuse 21 and the high beam is protected by 10A fuse 19. The right headlight low beam is protected by 10A fuse 20 and the high beam is protected by 5A fuse 3.

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