Question about 1992 Volkswagen Cabriolet
My indicators stopped working, and I'm wondering if I've blown a fuse. Just dont know which one to look for, since the fuse diagram is all in german. The car was imported from Germany to Norway in 2001, so the manual is in german too. Do anyone know what "turn signal lights" og "indicator lights" is in german? Or maybe there is a diagram somewhere on the web I can look at?
The emergency flasher switch contains the relay for the turn signals as well. I work for an Audi dealer. This has been the problem since day one. If both signals don't work, it's the relay. You'll need to buy a new emergency flasher switch. Head to a dealer. They will know exactly what it is. It's not a very expensive part either.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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