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I recently bought a second hand vw golf mk4 2004 model, it came with a series of problems, such as the car was over heating as the fans are not switching on, the remote for the alarm doesn't work and the stereo system does not work as well. please advise

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As far as the overheating problem, check the fan relay switch.The alarm should be as easy as changing the remote battery. For the radio try replacing the fuse, this should get you going.

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