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I have actually a 09 jetta TDI with 27k top top it. Yesterday the pear light indicator dashboard light come on. I confirm all the exterior lights including the license plate light and also I perform not see any burned out bulbs. High beams, low beams, side lights, winter lights, brake light, to run lights. They all seem to be working. I believed I can reset the light with a password scanner but there space no errors ~ above the scanner. Any kind of ideas? CheersMoose
It is quiet under warranty and I have to obtain the oil readjusted before 30k. ( totally free changes till then ) I"ll will have actually them look in ~ it. Hopefully, there is part obscure pear someplace that i don"t know around and the electric is fine. Electrical problems was one reason that i was looking at a various vehicle, but the "mileage sirens" were too strong and ns bought the jetta.
I figured it out. ( emotion a tiny stupid right currently ) There space two bulbs in each tail light, one for the left side from the 12 - 6 o"clock position and also another bulb for the to 6 - 12 o"clock position. It was the 6-12 that was out. During the daylight it was difficult to tell, but at night the was easy to spot. There is also a warning light that my child noticed as soon as I was teaching him how to journey a rod shift. At about the 15th stall, he noticed the there to be a warning top top the dash that said the left rear break light was out. So every is well with the electronic devices except that it should not have burned out in one year that use.
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