Question about 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
For no reason known to me the radio in my 2002 Jetta TDI turned off and would not turn back on. The red security light on the radio panel sometimes flashes but not always.
What # fuse would possibly be the culprit? In door panel or trunk panel?
Thanks in advance!
I unplugged fuse #42 like another view suggested. A few seconds later I plugged the fuse back in and the radio works fine. Mine never said "safe" it just wouldn't come on but I had the red blinking light flashing just under the on/off/volume control. I hope this works for you.
Posted on May 13, 2012
I had the same problem, the main plug in the back of the radio does not seat correctly, you have to buy the radio removal tools which are four "keys" you pop into the four corner slots of the radio, pull out the radio, unclip the main wire plug and re-clip it in... it'll work fine, however, its happened to me about 3 times in the 6 years I've owned the car, so keep those keys handy. Oh, and don't believe any dealer that'll tell you different, my dealer told me I needed a new $500 radio, and the radio removal tools were like $300.... I got them for like $20 on ebay.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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