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VW Jetta Lighting

asifgrkhanasifgrkhan Posts: 13
edited April 2014 in Volkswagen
I need to replace the headlamp of my 2000 Jetta (driver's side). Is there any way to do this at home without going to the shop and paying $50.
The drivers side does look pretty complicated.

Comments

  • bmz26bmz26 Posts: 3
    if your just replacing the light bulb then there should be a couple screws above the light holding a trim piece on, so take those out and remove the trim and the light twists then you just pull the light out of the wiring harness
  • jayvee1jayvee1 Posts: 3
    I need to replace the signal flasher on my 2000 Volkswagen Jetta. Can anyone tell me where this is located and the way to get at it?
  • kennbeekennbee Posts: 5
    Bentley, Bentley, Bentley.

    Every Volkswagen should come from the factory with the Bentley Repair Manual in the glove box.
  • I know you posted this question over a year ago, but for the next person who might stumble upon this ... I found the following article to be a great source when I was changing my 2000 Jetta headlamps:

    http://www.monkeyouttanowhere.com/thoughts/archives/2005/09/01_12_40.php
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  • My 2001 Jetta had a burned out tail light bulb. The glass had cracked and I pulled the bulb out to get a replacement. When I put everything back without the bulb, none of the lights worked - just the brake lights. When I finally replaced the bulb, the lights, except for the brakes, still did not function. Any thoughts?
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