Volkswagen Passat 2006

Asked by Aug 13, 2016 at 10:12 AM about the 2006 Volkswagen Passat

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My husband changed fuses on car and now it
wont start plz help

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Do you get anything when you turn the key to start? Clicking, or any noise from starter? If you get nothing at all, check the battery is charged or jump it. If still no start, recheck main fuse, starter relay, etc. If still no start check fusible links. If still no start consult a divorce attorney.

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If he did that it is possible that the security system kicked in, try running the shut down procedure listed in the owners manual, hopefully what he did didn't damage the programming of the control modules, if the resetting the security system doesn't work then vehicle will need to be towed to a dealer and the programming reset. There is a tool that needs to be used that prevents damage to factory settings anytime any electrical work is to be performed.

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