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I don't own a Jeta, but every car I've worked on made in the past 20 years has a Fuse Chart printed on the underside of the fuse box cover. They know that the information is too important to only print in the owner's manual which often is not available.
you need two charts,actually. Haynes, if they make a book for it, shows the number and cross referenced to the fuse box, and then BMW manual will show what each fuse is for. It's rare for both pieces of info to be on one chart.
look in the owner's manual - the fuses are by the drivers pedals in the console. there's a chart in the manual of which fuses operate what; then when you take the fuse panel cover off it shows which fuse is where.