Question about 1998 Volkswagen Cabrio
Couple of things. If your light switch in mounted on the column possibly the column itself and not so much the ignition switch (is located near the base of the colum) you will need to pull the panels off underneath the column that cover it. But I would check the headlight fuse first (are your interior lights coming on too?) if they are not check the fuse first. It they are and just no park.headlights you may have a short in the column if the headlight switch is forcing your ABS ind. to come on. Check the fuse first its the easiest the start to remove panels for other issues . If for some reason the ign. switch is bad it would be $20-$60 and is just a plug and play deal but doesnt control the headlights as they will come on wether the ign switch is on/off...
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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