Question about 2006 Volkswagen New Beetle
Turn signals on both sides will blink a couple times and then stop. Yesterday morning they were working fine. In the afternoon they seem to have a slight hesitation. Today they would blink a couple times and stop. Could this be a fuse going bad?
ALARM BUTTON FAULTY.REPLACE IT.IT HAS THE RELAY FOR THE BLINKERS INSIDE!!!!!SO SIMPLE!!!IF THEY DONT WORK SMACK THE ALARM BUTTON!!THEY WILL WORK FOR A WHILE!!!
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i beleve the flasher on this cars, i suppesed to have a ground cable
most of times it is brown color, try to locate the flasher and make sure you have the ground and also the ignition switch power going to the turn signals flasher
Posted on May 28, 2008
You are talking about the turn signal flasher unit correct?
This is not where or what you would expect.
It's all contained in the 4 way flasher switch located on the same panel that hold your climate controls.
They engineers at VW put the entire flasher control unit on the back of the switch for the emergency flashers.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
POSSIBLY BURNT OUT OR INCORRECT BULB
COULD BE EMER FLASHER SWITCH IN DASH WHICH HAS T/S FLASHER BUILT IN
LIGHTER COULD BE FUSE OR SHORTED SOCKET
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
I had to take my car back to the dealership twice. First, they replaced the ignition switch. 3 days later, my car wouldn't start again. So I took it back and they called VW - VW said to replace the steering column module. I asked my dealer why they didn't replace the steering colum module first - they said that even if they had replaced that first, the old ignition switch would have shorted out the steering column module. Whatever.
$600 later my car has been fine for about 3 weeks now. If it happens again I will keep you posted.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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