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dis canekt the batrey 4 10mins and than leter it till it gows up a ger and chek the oil in it

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tire pres spec should be in drivers door jam or on fuel filler door. but 32f/40 rear should be ok if booot is full and tires can handle 40 psi

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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this is a commom flaw on these golfs had same problem a good few years back. Normally the problem is the wiper relay. you just need to replace this.

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you should have an h7 bulb, once to take the rubber grommet behind the headlight, you will see the h7 socket, which has to wires in it, gently pull thi socket off, then there is a small wire holding the bulb in place, gently unhook the wire from the one side. and turn it to the other side and the bulb shoudl come out... replace the bulb putting it in the same way the other bulb came out.. notice the h7 bulb has a small notch on one side. it has to go in the same way or the wire will not hook back on. once it has been placed, turn the wire over the base of the bulb and hook it again, then put the socket back on the bulb and put the grommet back on the headlight.

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SOURCE: vw citi golf 1.4i wipers front and back does not

more then likely fuse has blown or the switch is faulty.

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