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Lights are out behind temperature controls

Where can I purchase the lights behind the A/C & heater temperature controls?

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If they are separate bulbs, they can be purchased from your local Automotive accessory outlet.

If they don't have the proper ratings (wattage etc), then go to your local VW parts dept.

If they are built-in to the controls, then I recommend you obtain the controls 2nd hand, from your local VW car wrecker.


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Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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