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Hi, try disconnecting the connector from the headlight switch. If this doesn't turn the lights off, the problem is the body control module. If disconnecting the headlight switch DOES turn the lights orff, replace the headlight switch. You can probably get a used body control module from a salvage yard. They may also have the headlight switch, but you can get those at your local parts chain. To access the switch, pull the bezel straight out as shown below. The BCM is behind the fuse panel as shown below. Please let me know if you have any questions, anmd thanks for using FixYa.
No taillights and the headligts blow the fuse when turn on would indicate that there is a wire failure with the tail lights and when the headlights, being on the same circuit, are turned on, the fuse blows because there is a short in the tail light wiring. Good luck
ahhh... the ultimae "bug" kwirk. heres how it goes
Theres a lever on the side of the housing you must turn. but to turn it you have to push the lock in. then the entire headlight housing will slid out the front of the car. Then unplug the wiring and remove the plactic backing. replace the headlight and re-assemble your bug :)