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  1. Electrical (Lights, Wipers, Fan) only work when I turn key, not when engine turns ove

    Hi All, I have a 99 Cabrio Manual Trans (older model from that year) and have recently had a problem with lights, AC Fan and wiper suddenly going out on me. Then I noticed it is also the fan! They do work when the engine is NOT turned over and I just switch the key clockwise and hold it. They...
  2. 2013 Jetta SE - wipers keep detaching

    I have to scrape my windows from ice a few times a week lately, and raise the wiper to scrape under it and clear it of ice. It doesn't take much pressure at all, and the wiper blade detaches from the bar very easily. This has happened on both wipers. I live in Cleveland and deal with this...
  3. 92 golf electrical problems help!!

    So my 92 golf is having problems again. The problems started when i tried to bypass the fuel pump relay cuz it wasn't coming on but i bypassed the wrong relay, now my blower fan my wipers and my headlights dont work, unless i turn on the light switch and hold back the dimmer switch, if i do this...
  4. Upgrade rear & front wiper blades VW Jetta

    General Volkswagen Discussion
    There is an upgraded rear wiper blade available for the 2002-2005 Volkswagen Jetta's. The Trico NeoForm Beam Blade is one of the only newer-style, one-piece, frameless wipers on the market that comes in the extremely hard-to-find 14" to fit the rear wiper (they also come in the correct sizes...
  5. Wipers only work on high

    Hi folks. I am currently working on my 96 Jetta GL. I only have wipers that work on high and as soon as I move the stick out of High Position the wipers stop on the windshield immediately. They do not return to home position. It is really becoming a pain since we are now in the rainy season...
  6. replacement wiper blades for touareg

    I found aftermarket full wiper blades (rather than refills) for the Volkswagen Touareg. I replace the entire wiper because of the abuse the ice and snow put them through - I figure better safe than sorry (plus much less hassel than dealing with those rubber blade refills). I went with Trico Tech...