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depending on country,most golf DO NOT have 2 rear foglights,this is not to confuse the driver behind thinking they are your brake lights,the one that works is fitted/wired to the offside.it still has a bulb holder though........the fronts have a fuse for both(when fitted)
Hi There. Im not sure where you are but this is the sequence for the UK< Hope it helps. here are the 7 cable locations and pin numbers.
Pin 1 Yellow L/H Direction Indicator Pin 2 Blue Rear Fog Lamps Pin 3 White Earth Return Pin 4 Green R/H Direction Indicator Pin 5 Brown R/H Tail & No, Plate Light Pin 6 Red Stop Lamps Pin 7 Black L/H Tail & No, Plate Lights
I found the easiest way to locate the correct wires in the loom is to turn on the lights required and use a circuit tester and splice into the main loom where you have enough wire to play with. Try not to cut the loom as it only causes more problems with bad connections and joins.( Good Luck
Check the wires that come through the tailgate, constant flexing may cause a brakw in one of the wires also with all these stopping at the same time they probably share the same ground. If you apply a ground wire to the circuit and it works you must find where it is broken and repair it.
Hi , remove the brake light bulb and look at where the bulb contacts the holder , you may find that you have a hole burned into the holder where the contacts have been arking , if this is the case you will need a replacement kight unit , reagards mark