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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw golf 1994 indicators
Most Golf and Jetta have their relays bunched together with the fuse block. Often, it would be inside the fuse box/compartment located under the facia panel, on the right-hand side, behind a removable cover. On most models, the flasher relay would be labeled 21.
Incidentally, sometime ago, there was a recall on some Golf where Volkswagen dealers will install a new hazard flasher switch/relay kit to remedy a common issue. You may want to try first Volkswagen at 1-800-822-8987.
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Posted on Jun 07, 2008
SOURCE: Hazard lights flashing
I have a 97 subaru outback and encountered the same problem. It is a security device on all newer subaru's. After changing or charging the battery, leave the negetive battery cable disconnected. Turn the key to the "on" position, then reconnect the negative terminal. This will stop the flashing.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
check to see if your brake lights are working.usually the stop light switch fails and is the cause.but before buying a new one check the stop light fuse.its a common problem with a simple fix.hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2009
the buzzing is most likely the speedo cable ive had a few older cars that do this you might try having someone oil the cable if they can or you can as for the oil light it might be low oil pressure or a bad oil level sensor or even a dirty plug on the sensor
Posted on May 20, 2009
possible ecm reset needed (electronic control module) This is easy to do at home with a pair of visegrips or a wrench set. anyway the idea is to disconnect the car batt for atleast 2-3 minutes and with the key out of the ignition replace the batt terminals and tighten them wait 2-3 minutes and then get in car turn key only to light the dash this is called the post, once the dash has sat in the active position for the time said 2-3 minutes, turn car off remove key replace key and start the car let it run for a min or so and then turn off and exit the car and proceed to activate the alarm if the prob still is there i then suggest an ecm test any mechanic or dealer will test it for a nominal fee, if there is any thing at all not right with the car this test will get to the root. and if the test is showing no problems with the car the issue is most likely in the electronic keychain alarm keylock box
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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