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Old 18-10-16, 13:32
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Default T6 interior light fuse

Hi.

Whilst working on my T6 I managed to fuse the interior light fuse. Turns out this fuse also is the fuse for the rear lights as well. Many a kind driver has notified me of this. Like a idiot I took the fuse out of the fuse holder which is located under the dash at the bottom to the left of the gear stick, and now I can't remember which position it goes back into. Does anyone know? I tried ringing the VW dealer who just said err sorry mate we'd be able to tell you if it was a T5!!!

Need to get it sorted as the dark nights are on there way and I need my lights at the back.

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Old 09-01-17, 18:18
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Did you find it? I'm in the motorway services in the same situation!
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Old 09-01-17, 18:20
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In here somewhere I guess?
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Old 09-01-17, 18:21
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Just keep trying holes until the lights come on, nothing bad will happen if you get the wrong or unused holes
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Old 09-01-17, 18:23
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I've not taken mine out yet. Put multimeter across them all and okay. I'll now remove each one and test them out of the circuit.

All visually okay though.
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Surely there's a pic on the rear of the tray like old cars? Or is it all in the handbook I wonder
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Old 09-01-17, 18:35
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There's a thread on this forum stating multi meter won't show a fault as it's not switched positive or summat like that google vwt6 no interior or rear lights
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http://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/showthrea...9055?_k=gmivwp
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Old 09-01-17, 18:41
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I've now tested the fuses (by removing them) on my multimeter. All working. Well all the 5a and 7.5a ones. Suppose I'll do the rest. Surly the lights won't be on a 10a?
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Old 09-01-17, 18:48
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Got the badger! It's the 7.5a left side of my picture, 11th fuse down. Let's see if the service station has any!
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