Question about Volkswagen Golf
Yes there is a fuse which is located at the left end of the instrument panel.Some of the features of this system require special testers and diagnostic procedures that are beyond the scope of the home mechanic and should be tested by your local repair shop.These systems contain a servo motor ,vacuum pump, a sereies of valves and vacuum hoses,the cruise control module and a vacuum system amplifier.This the reason I recommend that a repair shop does everything but check the fuses,and that is only for your safety.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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