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It all seems to be happening via the front fog switch. FYI, new Brake Light Switch installation procedures LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 02-08-2007, 07:41 AM #1 bluesxtreme New Member Join Date: Dec 2003 Posts: 10 And thanks for giving me the heads up about light seals also. Checked: I checked the fuses (fuse 13 for brake lights) and they are fine. http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-interior-lights-not-working.php

Car: 2003 audi TT, 1.8t, automatic trans, 75k miles Symptoms: when brake pedal is pressed, stop lights are not lighting up, including the read window light - all other lights are mech2you.com 23,995 views 28:12 Brakelight Switch Quick Fix - Duration: 2:25. After I tried another new one, the brake lights immediately worked great. I will install it later today and keep you guys posted.

Stuart A6 2.4 SE (2000)S3 1.8T (2001)80 Coupe 2.3 (1991) A3 1.8T sport (1997)A4 3.0 QST (2002) 80 Coupe 2.6S (1995)A4 Cab 2.4 sport (2002) Another 2.6 '95 coupe in byzanz Finalmente registra la avería y permite volver a acelerar. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... that was my next thought.

thanks. I changed out the brake switch and the brake lights stay on but the rear lights are not on. Overall this is an easy install but can be annoying because of the one time setting deal. All bulbs are on, rear lights work, but the twin filament bulbs, only one element is lit (rear lights) Second (brakes) will not light up.

push the brake pedal with your hand push in the new switch and twist it until it locks release the brake pedal slowly to let the switch's pin auto-adjust plug the one brown one black. Expert: Louis Gutierrez replied7 years ago. Firstable if the brake lights are on all the time you must get the brake light switch out again and reinstalled correctly, when you say you got the headlights to work any suggestions on bad part.

Pet Rock's Garage 703,149 views 8:51 Suspension Check MkIV VW TDI - Duration: 3:47. When you get the switch... Hope this helps! 02-08-2007, 07:55 AM #2 bubba j AudiWorld Expert Join Date: Jan 2003 Posts: 28,430 And, do NOT overtwist during install. Do I just get it from the dealer or is there a quality aftermarket one available for cheaper? __________________ -1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1.8L Base (SOLD!) -2000 MK1 Audi TT 1.8T FWD

side won't come on. Si continua navegando consideramos que acepta el uso de cookies. regular rear lights working. J Duncan 163,792 views 22:33 How to reset or deactivate brake pad warning sensor - Duration: 20:04.

Published on Jul 16, 2014We show you how to replace a faulty brake light switch on a MkIV Jetta, Golf & New Beetle.http://www.idparts.comDiesel Parts & Accessories for Volkswagens, Mercedes, BMWs, Jeeps, http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-fan-not-working.php thanks so much. There is a new improved style #8 05-15-2010, 10:08 AM alan93 2nd Gear Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Jan 2007 Location: Cincinnati Posts: 567 I was Loading...

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But...i have no fuse in there? Register or Log In now! Its a very common problem with most VAGs 2001 - around 2005 I believe. Once it's set you cannot fix it.

from here, it should drip down safely, but can also go through the seal between the rear lights and rear panel. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Replacing Rear Brake Light Switch on MkIV VW IDParts.com SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe3,7833K Loading... briansmobile1 139,761 views 4:14 How to check and replace a fuse 2005 Volkswagen - Duration: 3:45. check my blog Any ideas why ??

I wonder if the water could get in through the boot seal, or the light cluster seal, and work its way in, hummm. Thanks, Bart Reply With Quote 03-13-200810:32 PM #2 mxp View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Veteran Member Two Rings Join Date May 24 2004 AZ Member Rating is available when the video has been rented. I looked at the ground, it's fine then I changed out the bulb holder for another one and nothing.

The corrosion may mean you have to change the plug onto the bulb/boards aswell, but again cheap and simple.