where is radio fuse in cabrio 2000

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Asked by Apr 10, 2011 at 12:05 PM about the 2000 Volkswagen Cabrio

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1,765

it is located in the fuse panel, check your manual for exact location.

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Thanks I did find it and it is good but the radio is still not working just seems to be one thing after another at the moment. My husband is wondering about popping the radio out and tracking the wires through to see if one has come "off". Thanks for the answer Much appreciated.

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1,765

Depending on what stereo is in your vdub, there should be a fuse in the back of the radio as well, when you pull it out you will see it at the back of the deck. If that fuse is blown its a good change your deck is shorted out inside in which case you will need to replace the deck (but try another fuse in it to see if it will work). If you are going to put it out a the fuse is good using a test light turn ignition on (two wires should have power at this time) and if the deck is getting power but does not work(does not power up) then the deck is done.

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Thanks again! Ok how do I get the radio out. Do I need to buy the key things to click in to remove it or is there another way ?

1,765

yes usually there is a key to remove those decks, if it is a factory deck, the minute you unplug it, the deck will "lock out" there should be a unlock code in the owners manual with instructions, sometimes a seperate folder for the stereo if not you can call the dealer with your vin # they should be able to give you the unlock code providing the vdub deck in your car is original. If your deck has small hoes on the outside of the deck sometimes 2 or one on each side you can use a coat hanger (cut up) and incert it into the hole till it bottoms out by wiggling the deck you should be able to pop it out.

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