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1 Headlight, Low Beam, Left 10
2 Headlight, Low Beam, Right 10
3 License Plate Lights 10
4 Rear Window Wiper And Washer System 15
5 Windshield Wiper/Washer 15
6 Fresh Air Blower, A/C 20
7 Tail Lights, Right 10
8 Tail Lights, Left 10
9 Rear Window Defogger 20
10 Fog Lights 15
11 Headlight, High Beam, Left 10
12 Headlight, High Beam, Right 10
13 Horn 10
14 Back-Up Lights 10
15 Engine Electronics 10
16 Power Sunroof, Front Map/Reading Light 15
16 Emergency Flashers 10
18 Fuel Pump (FP), Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Control Module 20
19 Coolant Fan, A/C Relay 30
20 Brake Lights 10
21 Interior Lights, Clock, Luggage Compartment light 15
22 Cigarette Lighter, Radio, Luggage Compartment Release 10
Fuse colors
30A Green
25A White
20A Yellow
15A Blue
10A Red

Fuse/Relay Panel - Rear Connections (Volkswagen Part Number 357 937 039)
Connections and plugs on rear of fuse/relay panel:
A1 Yellow 8 pin Headlight wiring harness
A2 Yellow 8 pin Headlight wiring harness
B Green 6 pin Headlight washer wiring harness
C Yellow 8 pin Headlight or wiper motor wiring harness
D Green 12 pin Miscellaneous equipment, varies (A/C, A/T, heated seats, seat belt warning, etc.)
E Green 5 pin Instrument or brake light wiring harness
F White 10 pin Engine compartment/engine management, wiring harness, right side (position 10 open)
G1 White 12 pin Engine compartment/engine management, right side
G2 White 12 pin Engine compartment/engine management, right side (position 12 open)
H1 Red 10 pin Steering column switch wiring harness
H2 Red 8 pin Steering column switch wiring harness (position 8 open)
J Red 10 pin Steering column switch wiring harness
K Black 12 pin Rear wiring harness
L Black 8 pin Rear/Parking brake wiring harness (position 8 open)
M Black 6 pin Rear/fuel tank wiring harness
N Green 6 pin Air conditioning wiring harness
P Blue 10 pin Rear window defroster/fog light wiring harness
Q Blue 6 pin Fresh air blower fan wiring harness (position 10 open)
R Blue 10 pin Light switch wiring harness
S White 5 pin Engine compartment/wiper motor wiring harness, right side
T Green 2 pin Individual circuits
U1 Blue 14 pin Instrument cluster wiring harness
U2 Blue 14 pin Instrument cluster wiring harness
V Green 4 pin Steering column switch Multi-function indicator wiring harness
W Green 6 pin Miscellaneous optional equipment, varies with vehicle type
X Green 8 pin Warning lamp wiring harness
Y n/a 1 pin 4 single point connectors for terminal 30 circuit (some may be bridged with red connector)
Z1 n/a 1 pin Single point connector
Z2 n/a 1 pin Single point connector for terminal 31 circuit
30 n/a 1 pin Single point connector for terminal 30 circuit (may be bridged to 30B with red connector)
30B n/a 1 pin Single point connector for terminal 30 circuit (may be bridged to 30 with red connector) Note: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market. Always consult appropriate wiring diagram for specific terminal assignments.
 

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hey allshownogo
thanks for all the good tips- I have to chase some wiring and dont have the mk 11 manual yet[ on order 30 bucks] so u are a gdsend
working on my freeby 91 jetta
the latest- found a hole in top of trans that a mose could go through- about an inch with hex configeration- whats with it? going to put a foam plug in for the time being
also have to check rad fan - always on
 

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access plug for checking timing..common for people to not put them back in cause they are a pain
 

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Hey Thanks for the fuse tables!
say, I have some loose wires and vac tubes and dont know where they go on this old 92 diesel turbo-can you point me to an engine bay picture [ the 'carb' had a rotted little vac spiggot? plug which replaced and plugged
there is a yellow wire/ hose hangiing with small orofice
there is 1/4 vac hose hanging that could reach ' carb area'
currently trying to get the oil filter off- bent my folding wrench- neighbour is going to come over w a giant filter socket- hope it works
I found a burnt out grn 30 amp fuse at top of fuse table and replaed w a 20 but can find no ref to what it feeds- maybe wipers/fAN which now work
struggled to get the oil plug off and found power strng pmp missing bolt
there is a intrument ear off stering colum on left with on off res arrows- is that a cruise?
thanks all
 

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I know nothing about diesel engines but I'll search around for some images...
As for the Oil filter I'd just jam a screwdriver through it and twist it off, you have to be sure to get the screw driver through the metal filter inside the oil filter itself ( cylinder full of holes) if ya can get the screw driver through it it makes it easier to twist off....just a last resort option..
 

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I used chisel on edg - but no go to loosen- glad i didnt stab a srewdriver as th filter is glued to a aluminum assembly at fed oil to turbo -it that started to separate and twist- yikes

so patched with JB weld and left it on with new oil dumped in
 

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Can somebody please help me. I have a 1998 Volkswagen jetta gl my turn signals went out yesterday afternoon then my hazards went out this morning. The hazard button still lights red but no clicking or flashing in the dash i was told i might need to replace the flasher but this was right before the hazard stopped working. I read all the other post but im still lost i see my fuse box under the dash and i removed the cover from around my steering column but i just dont recognize what im looking for. Can anybody be a little more specific about where to look?
 
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