How do I remove the fuse panel cover on my 2014 Jetta? I have read th eowners manual, and it says to just pull out on the cover. I do this and it does not want to come off.

Asked by Mar 20, 2015 at 10:16 PM about the 2014 Volkswagen Jetta SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

Update: This is the instrument panel fuse cover i am trying to remove.


Looks like you reach under the edge of the panel cover and pullit toward you. Heres a video on how to remove the cover:

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thank you. I ewatched this video before. It did npt help me. I am going to the dealer on monday:( thank you for your time.


How did you get it open? I feel like I am going to rip the whole dash off if I try any harder.

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Found this posting searching Google with "vw jetta fuse panel cover difficult to remove". Like JR1969, I think the dash will get damaged if I pull any harder. Anyone offer any solutions?

I have same problem!! 2014 Jetta - it won't budge!

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