Hello. I just bought a 2006 Jetta 2.5 automatic. The car dealership that sold it to me had to repair the headliner. The reason I mention that is because, although I really didn't notice before, (just one of those things you take for granted that all the interior lights work), neither one of the reading/map lights are working and neither is the driver side vanity light mirror. The interior light in the back on the ceiling works and so do all the interior lights on all 4 doors and the passenger side vanity mirror light works as well. The reason I mention the headliner replacement is because I wonder if its possible that they failed to reconnect any wires that make the lights work. Either than that, to me it can only be two other things, the light bulbs need replaced or there is a fuse that needs replaced. I do not see anything other than an interior lights fuse in the fuse box located inside the vehicle. The Jetta I have has a model 30 fuse box under the hood and I don't see any possibilities for a fuse replacement in there either. Please advise. Thank you.
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Monday, April 14th, 2014 AT 12:30 PM