Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
Only my high beams work and the diagram on the fuse box is missing so i cant see which fuse to replace any help
My wife owns a 2001 beetle so the vehicles should be identical. So, in the driver side when you open the door and remove the fuse panel, the low beam fuses are the two blue 15 amps in the very upper right hand corner (not side by side, up and down) however, on the new beetles the headlights are individually fused, so if both the headlights went out at once it could be the switch rather than the fuse, moreover, it could also be the bulbs themselves, which is somewhat difficult, but possible, to do yourself. If it is the bulbs, post again and I can walk you through it. If not, try calling a VW service department, hopfully you can get a tech that will talk to you and is not afraid about giving you information instead of telling you 'you have to bring it in for me to diagnose the problem' (with one hand in your wallet). I hope I helped. Please let me know haw things go.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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