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Pulled fuse#14 on 98 passat now won't start over

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Fuse 14 is for the CCM, Comfort Control Module, and controls the lighting inside the vehicle and also the ignition. Your car will not start with this fuse blown or removed.

Posted on Sep 25, 2012

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SOURCE: 06 vw bug. Pulled a fuse from the fuse box while

put the fuse back in pull the positive battery cable off for 30 secs then put it back on. Try restart

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