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Looks like there's a 10A fuse for each filament of each headlight. The only other circuit that the power goes through is a "Headlight Dimmer/Flasher switch.
Could be a bad switch connection.
One model has a DRL relay involving the parking brake, that's the only relay.
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
Check the relays
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a socket on the back side and a retainer clip.do not touch the bulb,just the base plastic.the oil from your skin will heat up eventually and shatter the glass.
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: jetta headlights not working
Ignition switch will cause you to loose your head lights and turn signals. You will still be able to start the car and hold the switch for your brights but normal function is gone. Check it out it usually only runs about $20-$30 for replacement part but you need a special puller to get to it.
Posted on May 22, 2009
is your jetta a 1998 or 2000? the site is showing two different years. here are instructions for a 2000 jetta gl. there is a blower motor resistor in this system. there is also a fuse integral to the resistor. it's all one unit, have to replace the whole thing. here's the step by step:
1.remove the glove box (what you need to get to is behind it)
2.disconnect the electrical connector from the blower resistor
3.disconnect the heater fan electrical connector
4.remove the blower resistor
5.remove the blower motor downward
and to reinstall
1.install the blower motor
2.install the blower resistor
3.connect the electrical connector to the heater fan
4.connect the electrical connector to the blower resistor
5.install the glove box
and of course anytime you work on anything electrical you are supposed to disconnect the battery negative terminal before you start, be warned that you might lose your radio station presets when you disconnect battery
hope that helps
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
it could be the ground wire (black) going to the starter. try putting a jumper cable straight from the black negative side of battery to the exposed metal part on the starter while a friend turns key. if it turns over then its the ground wire. if not its probably the starter solenoid or even the starter motor. solenoid would be cheaper than motor and more likely to be problem.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
p0351- ignition coil A primary or secondary fault
p0352- ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, B ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,
p0353 - ,,,,,,,,,,,,, C,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
you may have a problem with yuor ingnition system
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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