Volkswagen Passat Problem Report

Volkswagen Passat One or Both Head Lights May Not Work

(12 reports)

One or both head lights may not work due to premature head light bulb burnout and/or bulb harness failure. Care should be taken to inspect the head light harness connector for damage when replacing bulbs. Damaged connectors should be replaced.

HEA LIGHTS , FIRST LOW BEAM LIGHTS WOULD NOT GO ON... THEN AT THE DEALSHIP ALL O A SUDDEN THEY WENT ON....WHICH WAS NEVER LOOKED AT OR TROUBLE SHOOT BY THE DEARLERSHIP....ALSO LEFT TURNING SIGNAL WAS NOT WORKING ...IT WAS NOT FIXED... SO I AD TO DRIVE TO MY DESTINATION WITH THESE ISSUES .. I AM 68 YEARS OLD AND T WAS NEW YEARS EVE I HAD A TWO HOUR DRIVE AHEAD.... WELL I LOVE MY CAR BUT THIS MAKES ME VERY UNSAFE......... -
Socket melted, had to replace wire harness -
I have a 2007 Passatwagon headlight fell out and burned wires replaced with all new housing on both dealer said would take 3 hours to install went to another shop done in 30 mins charged me $40 -
Headlight harness shot again. $75.00 for a piss poor design. Volkswagen. have your ever heard of Quality Control? -
REPLACED THE HEADLAMP AT A BODY SHOP BECAUSE THE DEALER GAVE ME SUCH A HIGH PRICE QUOTE. 2008. BULB ITSELF WAS $120 AND THE MOST EXPENSIVE HIS SHOP HAD PURCHASED!! wORKING FINE SINCE. -
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