Question about Volkswagen agon
Yes could be a fuse but i doubt it more like a faulty reciever unit so check the fuse whichever one it is then locate reciever unit where ever that lurks then look for a feed to it and then find the output wire that goes to teh door lock relay and see if that has power coming out of it providing you have power to it in the first place,process of elimination iam afraid but its not that difficult with a automotive multimeter
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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