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thats a good one, the switch is on the side of the gearbox.
some markets have one lamp,some have two...(even though you have matching rear lamp clusters)left hand drive lamp on left rhd,lamp on right.check bulb,then fuse,then switch,after that, wiring.
hi i have the same problem with the gti mk i just bought!!! silly me hay! :-) i heard it might have something to do with the heater matrix or something,have to take the dash board off bout 4 hour job. im going to have to get my brother to do this lol..hopefully! when it comes to girls they seem to not bother! lol if you find out anything other than this can you please let me know. thanks kelly.
CHECK FUSE.IF ALL GOOD COIL OR COILS IS GETTING POWER.THEN COIL HAS A OPEN IN IT.NOW IF COILS ARE GOOD AND YOU NOT GETTING SPARK.YOUR PROBLEM IS IN THE IGNITION POWER TRANSISTOR.OR ENGINE SPEED SENSOR.YOUR BEST BET LET THE VOLKSWAGEN DEALER TEST THE IGNITION SYSTEM.BECAUSE IF YOU SHORT THE POWER TRANSISTOR OUT.YOU ARE GOING BE OUT OF A LOT OF MONEY.BUT IF YOU GOT ONE COIL NOT FIRING REPLACE IT.IF STILL NO SPARK LET THE DEALERSHIP. CHECK IT OUT.