Question about Volkswagen Golf
Take the lid off the fuse box (Which is on the side of the dashboard)
There is a cardboard panel showing the fuses and their application , you need to look for the one with a key symbol
The fuses are colour coded thus
Light Brown 5 amps
Red 10 amps
Blue 15 amps
Yellow 20 amps
Green 30 amps
If you look at the top of the fuse it will have open circuited and there will be a visible gap
If the fuse blows as soon as you put the power back on you have a dead short
Do not exceed the rating , otherwise you may cause a loom fire
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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