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Here is the fuse diagram you need see following text description 90-98 Golf-Jetta-Beetle Fuse Box Diagram
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Fuse locations for options not shown can be found in the corresponding wiring diagrams.
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1 - Headlight, Low Beam, Left (56b) 10
2 - Headlight, Low Beam, Right (56b) 10
3 - License Plate Lights (5
4 - Rear Window Wiper And Washer System 15
5 - Windshield Wiper/Washer 15
6 - Fresh Air Blower, A/C (X) 20
7 - Tail Lights, Right (58R) 10
8 - Tail Lights, Left (58L) 10
9 - Rear Window Defogger 20
10 - Fog Lights 15
11 - Headlight, High Beam, Left (56a) 10
12 - Headlight, High Beam, Right (56a) 10
13 - Horn (15) 10
14 - Back-Up Lights 10
15 - Engine Electronics (15) 10
16 - Power Sunroof, Front Map/Reading Light 15
17 - Emergency Flashers (15) 10
18 - Fuel Pump (FP), Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S)
Control Module 20
19 - Coolant Fan, A/C Relay (30) 30
20 - Brake Lights (30) 10
21 - Interior Lights, Clock, Luggage Compartment
Light (30) 15
22 - Cigarette Lighter, Radio, Luggage Compartment
Release 10

Separate Fuses
(Located above the relays)
- Fuse for ABS hydraulic pump relay 30
- Fuse for ABS main relay 30
- Fuse for A/C 30
- Fuse for power windows 20
- Fuse for cruise control 5
- Fuse for cigarette lighter 15
In the engine compartment above the brake booster:
- Glow plugs 50
Note: The Glow plug fuse should be changed by your authorized Volkswagen dealer only.

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 25, 2019


If you facing a little black smoke along with it your engine is running a little rich. Black smoke indicates unburned fuel and this could cause a black stain and leading to test failure

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jul 06, 2019


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appears to have your fuse block, check it out. 91 jetta, don't know about the Golf, maybe?

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jan 06, 2018


probably a rusted out welsh plug

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Possible transfer pump in tank

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 11, 2017


sounds like the clutch has worn out

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Oct 06, 2017


Hi. I work on cars and motorcycles all the time. I can try to help you...Can you explain further? What where you working on? what did you remove?
What exactly do you mean the steering wheel is loose? Are you talking about the steering colum?

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Sep 05, 2016


Try having the seatbelt sensor checked. Just bought 1991 vw jetta yesterday. They Owners said that the car wouldn't start. They had the starter rebuilt, they tried boosting it, but it still didn't start. They finally found out that the seatbelt sensor was bad, and because it is a safety feature it wasn't allowing the car to start. Instead of replacing the sensor they by passed it by cutting the wires that go from the latch down through the door ppanel and twisted them together. The seatbelt still latches it just by passed the senso sor and allow the car to start.

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Aug 28, 2015


Remove the dash

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Feb 03, 2015


The system is probably air bound. Run the car from a cold engine with the radiator cap off to allow air to escape. The coolant level should go down in the radiator as the air is released.

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Jun 12, 2014


Your multi switch could be bad. That's the switch you had to mess with to get the lighs to turn off. . Check with your local parts store for the part.

1991 Volkswagen... | Answered on Nov 07, 2013

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