Pump could have been damaged if it froze Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk This same thing happened to my 2013 Jetta. Grrr It keeps eating 10 amp fuses to the point now where they just pop as soon as I put a fresh one in. You could always have car off ignition on and cycle the washer pump and try to listen if you here the pump running. I give the car a run around and operated the wipers and washers. If you wash the screen and the headlights are on you can see the spray from headlight washer.
Located by the drivers side door It sounds like it james! You should be able to get your finger nails under the caps and pull them up spring is quite stiff. This same thing happened to my 2013 Jetta. I can't remember if they did this before I started messing about in vcds. This is because the vehicle is under constant development, because fuses are assigned differently depending on the equipment level and because several consumers may use a single fuse. Anyways, same fix, replaced the fuse. If you have already followed this process please continue to login as normal.
This version is much improved on the previous one and they heat up in half the time, just what you want in winter. The fuse box diagram below is of a left hand drive car. I hope you understand this as I have finished 12 hour nights and not had much sleep today,lol. It sprayed and wiped ok but then the pressure went down so I left it as its been a while since I topped it up. This version is much improved on the previous one and they heat up in half the time, just what you want in winter. Parking lights left, side marker left 5A. At the time of print we are unable to provide an up-to-date overview of the locations of the fuses for the electrical consumers.
Have had the flaps coded open for a few months now but the drone on long journeys is doing my head in lol. I took my front bumper off a few days back and realised one of my washer jets had lost a nozzle they are two on each headlight. I searched everywhere but cant seem to find a fuse map or location for the '14 jsw. What I have done wrong? Cheers, Dave If you read Graeme's post above with the list of connection numbers I printed it out and took it to the car with me , you need to take out the headlight switch and see if you have a wire in position 11. I clicked on wiper operating switch and the wipers and washers worked at they should. So mine are pretty much always on and I never have to remember to switch them on! The error code in my shows 01516 as shown above so it must be similar to the Right.
Headlight low beam, right 15A. Symptoms that led me straight to the fuse was a full tank of fluid and no sound when the pump was engaged. Parking lights right, side marker right 5A. You could have a simple leak from the jets themselves. Power sunroof control module 20A.
Earlier this year they brought out the and when I did a scan it showed a Cent. Hope this is of some use. Headlight low beam, left 15A. Once topped up, the washers are automatically re-enabled. Although i have changed 38 and the central locking is now working from inside the car button beside window buttons , but the fob still wont open the doors and the interior lights and windows are also still not working??? But it doesn't show any fuse for headlamps only Headlight Range Control Motor: Left V48 , Headlight Range Control Motor: Right V49. Fuse was F8, the furthest right on the top row of small fuses on the left hand side of the panel. Remove fuse number 36 with the tweezers found in the fuse box cover.
As above if you have delocked the car replace the lock again with the delocked part Then you should have remote locking again. I would think it would be in the fuse box label as such. Interior lights, central locking system 10A. So you should use the washing function several times to fill them again. I know I'm making some assumptions that the pump and circuitry is the same between the different years, but eh.
Since I wasn't sure if they went out at the same time or not I replaced both bulbs. Or 377 for standard windscreen washers although unlikely in your case. Failure to do so will result in your account being locked out! Tempted to pull the fuse if it's possible. Windshield and rear window washer pump, windshield wiper motor 20A. Instrument cluster, shift lock solenoid 5A. Terminal 86S on radio, Instrument cluster 10A. I visited the dealer again after some tries and the only good employee there along with the painter told me to get in the car and switch on the engine, switch on the lights and use the washing function, then turn off the engine.
They have a wide spray span and though they spray the headlights, they also spray everywhere else. My 2013 has a 10amp fuse in that spot already, and it was never replaced when I had the issue. The relay is under the dash above your right knee, on the relay plate - bottom right relay that takes up two spots. The default behaviour of the system is: - With the main beam on when spraying the windscreen the first time, the headlight washers will activate as well. Mine are mental and spray everywhere bonnet and wings.
I also replaced it with a 10 amp fuse instead of the 7. In your case either the default behaviour has been changed or you have an issue with the electronic module that drives the washers or maybe a cabling issue. Also, my headlight washers seem to squirt before my window washers! Yea i hope so im praying in can pull it into the warehouse tonight and throw a heater and drain it. With a torch you should see 4 large connections holes and loads of little connections holes in the relay block. You can get more information about the fuse layout from a Volkswagen dealership. .