Question about 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
My rear lights are not coming on I checked the bulbs and fuses. What next?
If possible get a test light. Clip one end to a ground and the other end to the light socket. Have someone turn on the lights. If you get the test light to come one then replace the bulb with a new one anyway. Your getting power to the housing. If not, then do the same test at the fuse block and make sure that your getting power there. If your not getting power there then check the main fuse. This will help diagnose the problem. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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