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It looks like the parking lamp fuse is in the box in the engine compartment marked PARK and the dash light fuse is in the box on the driver side of the dash marked DIMMER. They are two different circuits.
It could be your alternator. Try boosting the vehicle, following proper boosting as per the owners manual. If the car will run a short time after being boosted, then die off with flickering of lights, its your alternator
one you remove the knob. take a flat head screwdriver covered with like electrical tape or something so as to not scratch your paint. wedge it behind the tail light right where the bumper meets with the fender and pry up. thats it!
Unscrew the knob behined the light in the Boot / Trunk and the use a small screwdriver on the OUTSIDE of the light on the right handside as you look at the light in the middle on the outside. You will feel a little spring clip and as you push gently the light will pullout forward. http://laudeman.com/volkswagen/
Go to the above link and you will get picture wise explanation for the same tail light bulb replacement. It has step by step picture explanation.
Rear lights are double filament bulbs one side for the lights other side for the brake/turn signals so it still may be a bulb. Do u have a test light or volt meter you can check to make sure u have power there when brakes or turn signals are activated. Or just try another bulb.