Question about 2003 Volkswagen Passat
VW never had their fuse boxes and relay panel at the passenger side. It's always where the instrument cluster is located. This would always be the case, doesn't matter if you live in a country with right hand drive or left hand drive, it is always situated where the instrument cluster is located. The reason is because all information that's vital to your vehicles operation is monitored through it's instrument cluster through warning lights (idiot lights). VWs designed it with this in mind "electric current diminishes the farther it has to travel from it's electrical source". Pry off the driver side cover if not mistaken.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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