Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
I would start by checking ALL fuses , even ones that appear not to be related to the problem at hand. VW has a habit of running circuits in line with others and not indicating this on the fuse/relay legend plate. Also you want to look around for a possible major ground loss. Check the main ground from the battery to the engine block or a nearby bracket. This is of course a negative terminal feed. Also check for a pigtail wire that comes from the neg. battery terminal to the fenderwell and or the firewall. There "should" also be a flat uncoated, braided wire going from the engine to the firewall. I hope one of these is your solution, Good luck, Dana
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Testimonial: "Had to remove battery and tray to track down neg. cables, one under tray and helps to see one to engine. Windows are working again but not fan Thanks"
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