Hope this helps. 2004 golf mk5 with retrofitted: cruise control, MFSW, Highline clock diplay, angel lights. its not worth £170+ to replace for me though. Then remove the cable (same fixing as the cable on the door switch) and place somewhere safe. Is this the problem splice?This may be a job for VW, but I know it'll cost a small fortune... http://qrwsoftware.com/not-working/seat-ibiza-dipped-beam-not-working.html
If you can get someone with VCDS to scan the instruments, convenience and cent electric controllers it might show up something. HAZARD WARNING LAMP OPERATION BCM supplies voltage to both turn signal lamp circuit when the hazard switch is turned ON. Edited by Tonza, 06 September 2011 - 06:12. Re: Warning buzzer for lights/seatbelts/low fuel/indicators not working #2 taurus_tem View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads 1st Gear Join Date Sep 2009 Location London you could try here
The LED for the alarm on the door is working ok. Here is the post for reference:¬†http://www.seatcupra.net/forums/showthread.php?t=212543 Cheers, Matt Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a It's no major problem but I'd love to get it sorted. I messed around in the fuse box for a while to no avail and gave up.
next to 12V relay Thx for the help!! If not when you door is open next to your check strap you will find a small switch. T5 modifications LT1 chat LT2 and sprinter forum LT, Crafter & Sprinter Tech Caddy For Sale Wanted Announcements 80-90 refugee forum Brickwerks updates Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in Indicator Noise Not Working Builder Jay23-01-12, 17:26Forgot to post the results on the tick tock.
It all needs to be coded etc. On the golf it was part of the hazard switch dont know if that helps any. What was the solution for t4 owners? http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/showthread.php/95914-Warning-buzzer-for-lights-seatbelts-low-fuel-indicators-not-working Jdamner26-01-12, 22:58tried both with no luck.
Toodle-pip. Vw Polo Indicator Not Clicking Hope that gets your bing bong back T: Jdamner08-01-12, 20:24Do you interior lights turn on when you open the door? nothing worse than a thread with no solution, if someone is looking later with the same problem.Alex VW T5 2004 1.9TDI SURFBUS brianj Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts but physically, both are not on the same circuit therefor not working together. 2004 golf mk5 with retrofitted: cruise control, MFSW, Highline clock diplay, angel lights.
Polo - Derby - Lupo - Fox Golf - Jetta - Vento - Bora Golf - Jetta - Vento - Bora - Archive Topics Golf MK1 - 1974-1984 Golf MK2 - Pay special attention to the fuses as a hairline crack can be difficult to see.It could also be the battery starting to die. Seat Ibiza Indicators Not Clicking My cruise control sometimes stops working 200 miles into a long journey, If I switch it off for a while it comes back to life. Car Indicator Sound Not Working i think all these problems might got a same solution maybe?
A reminder that your email address on your account must be valid and working to receive the reset request. beezanick View Public Profile Find More Posts by beezanick 19-04-2009, 14:54 #6 [email protected] Cruising with the 6 Pot.. Back to top #7 rwbaldwin rwbaldwin Briskodian FREEDOM 6,258 posts Car:Octavia TDi 110 Posted 06 September 2011 - 08:34 Thx! You should see a variety of dash lights light up. Headlight Warning Buzzer Not Working
CO was OK so I am leaving it for now. In a recent reply you wrote that cars will now fail their MoT tests if certain warning lights, including airbag warning lights, indicate anything wrong.... Jdamner03-01-12, 17:55mine too - I assumed they were broken (amongst other things when I got it...) but maybe tick-tocks are only on the higher spec models? navigate here There is one wire disconnected, I'm assuming it's the seat belt bing bong.
If so is there any instructions I can get access to? webbe0108-01-12, 21:14Diconnect the battery negative terminal. Include an image.
However, when I reconnected the instrument panel, both the engine management light and air bag warning lights came on. Jdamner08-01-12, 20:30yeah maybe you Bing-Bong-Tick-Tock Machine is broken. nope! Get them to order a replacement based on what you already have.
Have to try that. RUM4MO View Public Profile Find More Posts by RUM4MO 21-04-2009, 11:12 #9 wakefieldyorksh Guest Posts: n/a Quote: Originally Posted by BrianL Hi Thanks for the information - we've been Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Golf MK5 - 2004 - 2009 Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Due to a fun quirk of the switch, the flash-to-pass position of that switch ('slightly' pulled back) bridges 30 to X, thereby powering the unloader relay. - Cup '88 Scirocco 16v,
Let me know how it goes. Let me know how it goes. If they are linked it could be the convenience unit or more likely the well know corroding splice in the wiring to it. Poking a multi metre about etc.
rigsbyboy03-01-12, 17:31Mine never worked since i got van,thought that was how there supposed to be. Is there something else to remove before I can get it out? Maybe you could push by saying that it is required by law - it would end up being easier for the garage to sort rather than try to find out the Re: Warning buzzer for lights/seatbelts/low fuel/indicators not working #7 golf_bhoy87 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads Engine idling Join Date Mar 2010 Location Glasgow,
Its a clocks out to repair. well.. It might help me work out the problem. There is a company in Colchester who do these, as well as other makes.
no luck in the garage either... The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to post Please use English characters only. For that you will need your SKG (secret key code) which came with the van. sounds like this is the man to listen to....
I.e. I'd try that approach ASAP instead of dragging your heels and trying out the warranty which probably does not actually cover anything that is likely to go wrong. The loom runs from the dash and the voltage supply unit behind the dashto the convenience unit so it will feedinglots ofdifferent things. Edit- Just had another thought check all the connections under the passenger's seat in case something has been dumped on top of them disconnecting something. Edited by T5 TDI - 28
Pain in the arris if it is.:eek: Yeah, that message on the brick yard forum mentions the cluster. I messed around in the fuse box for a while to no avail and gave up. It's not the relay, which isn't attached to the hazard light switch but on the relay panel hidden under a lot of plastic trim to the right and behind the instrument