Question about Volkswagen Eurovan
HI! Please try to remove the battery connectors for 30mins. then reconnect it again. This should reset the system and may resolve the problem. Hope this helps and have a good one!
Posted on May 04, 2010
Right fairly common problem this look under the bonnet and somewhere is a fuse box with big fuses in near the battery or follow the + wire from the battery to the fuse box ,another fuse box inside where the OBDII connector is ,this first fuse box has connector type fuses in it like little metal bars ,well they are prone to corrosion and also the push on connectors that carry the feed to the fuse box get overheated and burn out ,this is where your problem is iam sure but as for your particular layout iam not sure where this box is but its their somewhere and all VW motors from old type golf to newer cars and the commercials all have the same type of system.Only very old models dont have this box like my 1981 transporter camper van
Posted on May 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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