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Hi I eas looking to buy the little golf logo thats on the bonnet of the car as mine has fallen of were would I get this Thanks Patrice

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Breakers yard or your local dealership. Phone for the price at the dealers, then visit a couple breakers yards as they will be a little cheaper.

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be sure to check the bulbs, usually behind a panel in the boot, twist and turn, push and pull, give a go until the bulb comes out, get someone to press on the foot pedal, and reseat the bulb to see if it glows, look at the fillament in the bulb, just like a household bulb, no filament no glow,watch for the heat of the bulb.

look in under the dash on drivers side, in glovebox, passenger side panel(under dash), under bonnet is an array of fuses and the like, it should say brake or something won't be far from engine bay or front.

I don't know what the fuse looks like but no matter what fuse type it is you can tell if it is good or not by looking thru the clear panel at the little wire inside if it is broken then it's no good, another place to check is the foot pedal maybe the switch that activates the lights is broken? press the switch in and out, you'll see it right behind the brake pedal,the brake pedal actuates the switch when you depress the pedal. make sure someone is watching the brake lights.

short of buying a car manual or going to the shop but i hope it helps.

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On mine, a RHD, it is a plastic lever just forward of the door post. It is a crappy piece of plastic about four inches long.Mine has recently broken and will result in a bill for about £60-70 for replacing the lever and the cable (the cable is very tight)
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If you pop your Vw emblem out of its hole, right behind it there's a thin notch cut into the support for the hood latch. If you look inside there with a flashlight you should be able to make out the shiny silver ball that's the end of the cable. Now stick a small flat head screwdriver against it and push to your right. Sometimes it may help to push down a little on the hood just above the mechanism, as you no longer have the mechanical advantage of the lever. Good luck hope this helps.

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Use a crowbar (Very carefully) to move the engine to check.

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