2010 sportwagen tdi fuse panel - Fixya wwwa››Jetta›2010 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagenJul 10, 2014SOURCE: In the fuse box on 06 Jetta TDI, which fuse is the. Check out #19 OR check out #8. The fuse should be a BLUE 15a fuse. They are located in FUSE BOX B under the hood on the driver's side. For some reason VW varied the fuse locations from car to car and year to year. None of the fuse panel fuse locations match what your manual says.Hi there,
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Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US. Here's a link to this great service Good luck!Hi There, Here's a step-by-step from some great guys over at TDIClub for an AAZ (which I'm assuming you have) http://wwwlub/articles/A3-TimingBelt/ It's pretty involved, and some special tools are needed. I've seen kits for sale http://wwwswaparts/Pre-1999TDITools.0The Fuse number is... drum roll... 42. And you don't even have to have a dead battery for the radio to lock up. I have owned my 2002 tdi since New.. and about 4 or 5 times a year radio dies. When you remove the fuse.. don't immediately put it back in.. The capacitors in the radio have not fully discharged and if you put the fuse right back in. chances are it will stay locked. I count to 15.. then put the fuse back in. Close fuse door.. Operate radio normally till next lock up.. then repeat process. So you won't forget the fuse number.. write #42 in the white space of your fuse location sticker that is attached to the inside of the fuse door. Hope this helps.. tried to be detailed.0Check out #19 OR check out #8. The fuse should be a BLUE 15a fuse. They are located in FUSE BOX B under the hood on the driver's side. For some reason VW varied the fuse locations from car to car and year to year. None of the fuse panel fuse locations match what your manual says. So there may or may not be any fuses in slots #8 or #19. Either way, you're looking for a blue 15amp fuse - so check all of the blue ones to see if any are blown.0hi its weird ,but you know wipers is not working when computer senses open hood , so you have to look at hood catch. i'm not sure contacts have to be closed or open . anyway it is easy to check good luck0The exact locations and picture of Engine Coolant Temp (ECT) sensors on 2004 VW Jetta TDI: 1. ECT sensor 1 placed on cylinder head: 2. ECT sensor 2 placed on the left bottom side of the radiator:0 2010 Volkswagen Jetta Fuse Box Part Melting That Controls wwwomplaints›Volkswagen›Jetta›2010›electricalThe 2010 Volkswagen Jetta has 4 problems reported for fuse box part melting that controls the lights. Average repair cost is $250 at 80,300 miles.