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Any fame is a bi-product of making something that means something. Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the VW Forum :: Volkswagen Forum forums, you must first register. On Sale Now 1 Answer Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Chosen Solution oldturkey03 @oldturkey03 Rep: 373.1k OTS 597 274 1.1k Posted: 01/23/2013 Options Permalink History Jim, check you brake light with the plunger out.
Use the ohmmeter and check for continuity between the body ground and the black lead. If the flashers work, then test for a blown fuse. If you push the probe into a socket, it can cause failure of the socket due to the spreading of the contacts.
If there are no lights, it is the bulb or socket. If you have a good ground, then replace the socket. Jetta 2003 Fuel Economy: 55 summer 50 winter Brake Lights not working, bad brake light switch Just what the book says HOLD the pedal UP toward the top of the Vw Beetle Brake Light Switch Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. rsvRidr View Public Profile Send a private message to rsvRidr Find More Posts by rsvRidr March 28th, 2010, 14:59 #7 79TA7.6 Veteran
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If we assume that the red wire is the power lead to the brake lights, and the black wire is the ground, when we apply the brakes, the red wire should Vw Polo Brake Light Fuse got both pieces for fuse amps and thanks so much!! If you mess any part of this up you at the very least have to start over or end up buying a new part! Thomas EXOVCDS 25,529 views 20:14 Brake lights stuck on?
Any advice from the experts (that means you!) on where the problem may lie? https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/116590/Why+my+brake+lights+not+working+Replaced+bulbs He said to not to push in on the plugger on the switch. Vw Brake Light Switch Recall Did you remove and test both bulbs? Vw Polo Brake Light Switch Tires Find the right tires for your car Insurance Get a free insurance quote -- VW Forum (Full) -- VW Forum (Mobile) Contact Us | Advertise | VW Forum ::
I released the pedal after I rotated the switch it 45 degrees clockwise. his comment is here Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply Reply With Quote Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements VW Passat Forum Advertisements + Reply to Thread vBulletin Message Cancel Sign in Transcript Statistics 115,660 views 200 Like this video? Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply Reply With Quote 04-21-2006, 01:57 PM #3 ilikemypassat 2nd Gear Join Date Dec 2004 Location Edmonton, Canada Age 35 Posts 635 Vw Brake Light Switch Problem
Submitted: 7 years ago. Pull out the tail light on the left side and the wires going to the bulb that runs the tail light. The reverse view of the CANBUS/VAGCOM port - I've 'peeled' back the insulation along its natural cut to show the CANBUS in place. this contact form Copyright - TDIClub Online LTD - 2014 Contact Us | Privacy Statement | Forum Rules | Disclaimer TDIClub Online Ltd (TDIClub.com) is not affiliated with the
Anyone having this problem change the bulbs regardless if they look good or not. __________________ 2001 Jetta GLS TDI- Black 5sp, 560kms, PP764, ventectomy, DG EGR Race pipe/cooler delete, Bilstein/KYB shocks, Vw Golf Mk4 Brake Light Fuse lol If you need anymore info please just ask. The time now is 05:43 AM.
Start at one end of the circuit and look for voltage and ground. Zero to Sixty Car Videos 298,403 views 3:08 VW Brake Switch Replacement - Duration: 1:23. Thanks DAH DAH View Public Profile Send a private message to DAH Find More Posts by DAH December 1st, 2009, 09:57 #4 gforce1108 Veteran Member Join Vw Beetle Brake Light Problem The brake lights/hazzards and turn signals work fine, but the tail lights will not turn on.
Order Status 0 My Cart Cart is empty. Now twist and lock the switch in place. No heat Today 04:59 AM by Paulzy123 Last post by Paulzy123 Today 04:59 AM 0 Replies 1 Views Metal on metal "click"... 11-04-2016 07:17 AM by Doug G Last post by navigate here I've posted the question at VW Vortex, waiting on a reply.
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It is possible that the switch may have slipped out of position, which would increase the space between the pedal and the plunger. Ken Cunningham KJC58 View Public Profile Send a private message to KJC58 Visit KJC58's homepage! Ask Your Own VW Question Customer: replied7 years ago. Others have had the problem but I can't find how they fixed the problem.
Seal any area checked since damaged wires can cause problems for you later on. Any help is appreciated. Depress your brake pedal, and then use a voltmeter to touch the terminals lightly in order to check for voltage. Ask an Expert Car Questions Volkswagen Questions How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question.
Welcome to VW Passat Forums : Volkswagen Passat Forum â€“ General discussion forum for Volkswagen Passat Welcome to VW Passat Forums : Volkswagen Passat Forum - a website dedicated to all Help -- Already got one repair warning. DAH View Public Profile Send a private message to DAH Find More Posts by DAH November 30th, 2009, 14:00 #2 gforce1108 turn lights work fine. Once its in - CHECK THE BRAKE LIGHTS - then when all seems OK, follow 3, 2, 1 in that order making sure that you go slowly so you seat the
If it is not the bulb, you will need to check the socket and connectors. Brake Lights Only Out on One Side If your brake lights are only out on one side, it is most likely that the bulb or the socket is bad. If it is not there, check the other end of the circuit.