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Where can I find a fuse diagram for a 2004 vw passat? My driver's side daytime runnning lights and low and high beams are out.

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GET A GOOD FUSE TESTER & TEST EVERY FUSE. THERE IS A FUSE BOX UNDER THE HOOD & MAYBE ONE INSIDE THE CAR. MOST ALL FUSES CAN BE TESTED WHILE STILL IN THE BOX. THEY HAVE TEST POINTS FACING OUT.THE IGNITION SWITCH SHOULD BE ON DURING THE FUSE TESTING. POWER ON ONE SIDE OF THE FUSE ONLY, BAD FUSE. POWER ON BOTH SIDES, GOOD FUSE. POWER ON NEITHER SIDE, SPARE FUSE.

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