Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
Hi, i've checked the fuse box but all my brake lights are not working, any ideas?
Check to see if the brake light switch is working first by putting a jumper on the switch that is located just above the brake pedal arm.
This switch is pushed when you press the brake pedal, and turns on the brake lights just like turning on a light switch.
I may be out of adjustment too.
Otherwise, you may have all the brake light bulbs burned out.
I would try a new bulb in one brake light first.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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