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Is there a relay that ties the headlights turn signals rear defrost and climate control in a 2001 VW GTI?

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I have a friend having similar problems with his VW as well, including power windows cruise control and headlight /dashlights also. Havent looked at ti yet, but everything online points towards a bad ground.

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