Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
The common denominator for all your front lights would be the grounding. Check/verify that the wiring harness leading to the headlights and signal lights have a grounding wire. Alternately, you can try hard wiring an external grounding wire from the metal casing of the bulb sockets to the bare metal/chassis of the vehicle. Of course it would be also apt to check on the fueses and the relays for the said lights/lamps.
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