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I don't know the name of the part but I do have a temporary solution. They have this product called quicksteel, it doesn't activate until you knead it together it cures fast but it's not hard at all to take off once you've found the replacement part your looking for. Which by the way I was able to find this array of shafts unless i'm mistaken they are what you need now its just a matter of finding one. I live close to a VW specialty shop and see what they have or if they can point to the right place better yet I just found their contact info no one knows your vehicles like you so give them a ring.
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(229) 247-5770 Contact Map 3280 Mitchell Blvd, Valdosta, GA - 31605 - 3160 near Prewitte St,bemiss Rd ' View Map (229) 247-5770
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a common problem with the golf hatchback is where the cables run thru from the car to the tailgate they pass thru a rubber boot surround by the hinges. because the bootlid is open and closed many times the wires that control items on the tailgate can break.
take off the rubber boot from one side where it fits to the car and slide it back over the cables that are inside it and if you see some cables are broken that is your problem.rejoin the cables and it should be ok.this is something to check after you know that the switch is ok, it is quite a common problem. hope this helps.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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Hi, Had the same problem, just found the fault,it was a brcken wire causing relay109 to drop out. It was in the upper of the two harnesses on the bulkhead above the air filter, if you pull back the outer sleave and check the thin black/white wire for a break I think you will find your problem. You should have 12v between it and positive. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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