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    Thread: Need to know hidden fuse panel location on 1995 Jetta 2.0 GL.

    1. Member alloftheabove's Avatar
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      01-24-2012 04:02 PM #1
      I have a similar panel to the panel in the link below the top pic that is just above "my fuse panel"
      http://forums.kilometermagazine.com/...-pics-included

      A link or a pm would be most appreciated.
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      01-24-2012 04:13 PM #2
      In my journey through the junkyards, that area of the power management seems to be modular and a little different on every car! Get a Bentley manual and start tracing wires!
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      01-25-2012 01:24 AM #3
      Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?
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      01-25-2012 11:50 AM #4
      Re you looking for the cig lighter fuse? You gotta drop down the fuse box and then you'll be able to get to it with no problem it's like 3 screws for the knee bar and then just unlatch the fuse box

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      01-25-2012 11:52 AM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by alloftheabove View Post
      I have a similar panel to the panel in the link below the top pic that is just above "my fuse panel"
      http://forums.kilometermagazine.com/...-pics-included

      A link or a pm would be most appreciated.
      im so confused about what you don't know... you are asking where it is, but at the same time you're saying where it is... so what's the real question here?
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      01-25-2012 12:08 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by dceola View Post
      im so confused about what you don't know... you are asking where it is, but at the same time you're saying where it is... so what's the real question here?
      The pic is what my panel looks like but on mine I see no fuses, just tho those weird little junction things on the top. I pulled on off and try to open it didn't look like it was meant open just a connector. couldn't find any fuses at all
      2002 Ody 1995 E300D 1995 Jetta 2.0 MT
      Past: 1978 MB 300SD 1984 Volvo 240 1988 Jetta 1967 MB 230 1966 cuda 1973 MB 280 SEL 1974 Alfa GTV 1972 Swinger 1983 BMW 633 CSI 1974 Volvo 144 BMW 2002 1979 VW Westy 1999 S80 1981 MB 280 1982 MB 300 D 1987 MB 300 DT 1999 MB E320

    7. 01-25-2012 12:09 PM #7
      He's creating multiple threads and has the main fuse block power wires disconnected too, so there's a lot of confusion.

      If you don't have those fuses, the cigarette lighter fuse may be somewhere on the top of the fuse box under black electrical tape. Should be a 15 amp.
      Last edited by zero.; 01-25-2012 at 12:12 PM.

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