Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
Well first of all it could very well be that both burned out at the same time. the more likely culprit is the headlight relay located in a fuse panel in the engine compartment. unfortunately i'm about 25,000 km away from home at the moment (australia) so i don't have my auto program with me. however if i remember right there are about four fuse panels in the engine compartment. look first near the battery for one. next is on the firewall on the passenger side. the rest i'm not sure of.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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