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daveb142

De-Code Your Optional Extras!

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daveb142

Dunno if this has been posted before, but just come across this website and thought that I would share it:

http://igorweb.org/equidec/Default.aspx

Basically, type in the optional extra codes into the input box on that website and then click "Decode!"

This tells you exactly what the codes mean!

For example, found out that my new polo has ABS from the code "1AC" on the sticker.

This is the same sticker that has your paint code and engine number etc on!

Thought it would be pretty useful for anyone looking to find out what optional extras their polo's came with :)

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daveb142
ohhhhh! i could do with this, got a list here i want to know that they are :D I dont think scent of granny was one though :-/

Ahaha

Yeah was was very bored late last night and stumbled upon it! Good if you fancy finding out what they mean!

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arron0909

scent of granny wasnt... 'allure de la piss and biscuits' was... basically the same thing.

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Matt-VNS

Damn, my car doesn't have that sticker =[

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daveb142

haha Polomon don't lie, you love the smell of the old granny's really ;) secret gilf lover! lol

And Mattloaf if you have your service schedule thingy there's usually a sticker in there? if yours came with one?

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Dean

AEX, GB Code; DHB
X2B = National sales program Great Britain
1AL = Power brake
3FK = Slide/tilt sunroof with sunblind
C1R = Alloy wheels 6J x 17
H4X = Tires 175/65 R13 T
4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass
4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass
3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding
1MZ = Steering wheel for air bag system
Q1W = Standard front seats with integrated storage trays
J1P = Battery 220 A (44 Ah)
8K2 = Daytime driving light mode for urban driving
8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
U0L = Instrument insert with tachometer clock and mph speedometer
8RE = 4 speakers (passive)
8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left
8F2 = Side turn signal lights

That's mine, :)

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deviance

How does that work lol?

Your car had 17'' alloys from the factory, with 13'' tyres on them?!

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Marckid
How does that work lol?

Your car had 17'' alloys from the factory, with 13'' tyres on them?!

Exactly what i was thinking?! i thought it was because i was tired?!?!? hahahha

De-coder fail.

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Dean

Meh, i wouldnt go by that anyway i just looked at the Tires 175/65 R13 T (13")

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Peachy

They're just simple PR numbers!

Not really optional extras, just how VW specify what the car has fitted from factory in code form instead of writing out a huge list.

If you ring up a VW Parts Dept. they can tell you every single thing about the car without even having seen it. :)

My 1.0 6n2 had 17" alloy wheels listed as standard which VW never did that size for the car! :lol:

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TomMK3

X2B = National sales program Great Britain

5J1 = Rear spoiler

C1Q = Alloy wheels 8J x 18

H0B = Tires 225/50 R17 94Y

3NB = Rear seat bench/backrest, completely folding

Q1A = Standard front seats

J0A = Battery 175 A (36 Ah)

8J1 = Hand brake/low brake fluid level warninglight without inscription

8K2 = Daytime driving light mode for urban driving

8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left

U0J = Instrument insert with trip odometer, km/h speedometer

8RA = Without speakers

3D0 = Without center console

8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left

1TB = Fuel tank vent line with gravity valve and PVC breather hose

Mine, apparently my alloys disappeared somewhere along the line :S

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Liquidice

X2B = National sales program Great Britain
1AL = Power brake
3FK = Slide/tilt sunroof with sunblind
5J1 = Rear spoiler
7L0 = Without inertia benefit system/ deceleration fuel cut-off/idle stop valve
C3Y = Alloy wheels 6J x 14 Offset 43
H2Y = Tires 185/55 R14 H
4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass
4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass
3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding
1MZ = Steering wheel for air bag system
Q1X = Sports front seats with integrated storage trays
J1P = Battery 220 A (44 Ah)
8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
U0L = Instrument insert with tachometer clock and mph speedometer
8RE = 4 speakers (passive)
8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left
8F2 = Side turn signal lights

Hmm, my (6n) has an uprated boot lid (it's got a slight 'flick' on the top of it)... I wonder if that is what they class as the spoiler?!

Also, does anybody know what 7L0, 4KC & 4GF actually mean?? are these things not standard or something?

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nige8021

4KC & 4GF just means tinted glass

7L0 on later Vw's the fuel pump relay will cut out in the event of a crash (controlled by the airbag control unit) to reduce the fire risk if a fuel pipe etc is damaged in an accident. It could be this it refers to??

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Duey

here's mine (W-Reg 1.6 8v Golf)

2B3 = Additional exterior noise suppression (hood, capsule and dash panel)
B0N = Component parts set, complying with vehicle type for Great Britain, various parts
C6D = Steel wheels 6J x 14 Offset 38
G0C = 5-speed manual transmission
H1T = Tires 175/80 R14 88H
J1L = Battery 280 A (60 Ah) - NOT ANY MORE!!
ME8 = 4-cylinder gasoline engine 1.6 L/74 kW with multi-point injection, EU 3D base engine is T6H
Q1A = Standard front seats
1AC = Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
1G2 = Steel spare wheel with original equipment tires - NOT ANY MORE!!
1MP = Steering wheel for air bag system
1NC = Full wheel covers
5RV = Right exterior mirror: aspherical
5SJ = Left exterior mirror: convex
T6H = 4-cylinder gasoline engine 1.6 L unit 06A.F (aluminum )
0BC = Rear stabilizer
3U1 = Foldable trunk cover
0G3 = Gearshift linkage
8AD = Radio "gamma" - NOT ANY MORE!!
8GD = Alternator 90A
8L3 = Roof antenna
1KK = Disc brakes, rear
1LQ = Front disc brakes with integrated adapter
3FE = Electric slide/tilt sunroof with sun screen/sunblind
1GA = Front shock absorption, basic design 1
4UE = Air bag for driver and front seat passenger
4X1 = Side air bag front
4R4 = Power windows with comfort operation andcircuit breaker
4F1 = Central locking system -Oh, i thought it was an aftermarket system... obviously not!
N4C = Fabric seat covering
5MA = Decorative inserts - Such as...?
8RM = 8 speakers (passive)
2JB = Standard bumpers
0AL = Front stabilizer
0BC = Rear stabilizer
1JA = Rear shock absorption, basic design 1
U21 = Suspension range 120
0YZ = Without determination of weight categoryfor rear axle

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Cymro

Pinned :)

Iffoundfacedown's mk2 breddy came with 18x8j wheels and tyres to suit :lol: plus its actually a CL.

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daveb142
I must say this one did smell nice... smelt of really old granny you'd imagine to live in a manor or a ikle cottage somwehere lol.

EDIT: well when i say smelt nice, i mean for a old dear... you know what i mean lol

Haha ;)

And some of them are the standard things that the car comes with, however some are optional extra's etc - good if you're interested in finding the codes out - some of the descriptions are a bit off like "lights for driving on the left" - but you get the gist of what it means lol

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S444NDP

These are my options

X2B = National sales program Great Britain

1MZ = Steering wheel for air bag system

8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left

1AL = Power brake

C1R = Alloy wheels 6J x 17

Q1W = Standard front seats with integrated storage trays

U0L = Instrument insert with tachometer clock and mph speedometer

8F2 = Side turn signal lights

H4X = Tires 175/65 R13 T

J1P = Battery 220 A (44 Ah)

8RE = 4 speakers (passive)

4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass

4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass

8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left

5J1 = Rear spoiler

3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding

Anyone know what the 6Jx17 wheels are coz my polo certainly doesnt have then

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Duey
C1R = Alloy wheels 6J x 17

H4X = Tires 175/65 R13 T

Anyone know what the 6Jx17 wheels are coz my polo certainly doesnt have then

Never knew you could fit 13" tyres on 17" rims... :?

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Stupid Monkey

Mine ...

X2B = National sales program Great Britain

1AC = Anti-lock brake system (ABS)

C8E = Steel wheels 6J x 14 Offset 43

H2Y = Tires 185/55 R14 H

4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass

4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass

3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding

1MZ = Steering wheel for air bag system

Q1W = Standard front seats with integrated storage trays

J0N = Battery 330 A (61 Ah)

8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left

U0L = Instrument insert with tachometer clock and mph speedometer

8RE = 4 speakers (passive)

8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left

8AC = Radio "beta"

7R3 = Side turn signal lights (white)

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Mayney

Page cannot be found when i try this :(

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Nik_L

What an utter load of shite.

Heres mine......

X2B = National sales program Great Britain

1AH = Electronic differential lock (EDL)

5J4 = Body-colored rear spoiler

C8X = Alloy wheels 8J x 19

H3A = Tires 265/30 ZR20 94Y x1 sporty

4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass

4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass

3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding

2PX = Leather trimmed sports steering wheel

Q1X = Sports front seats with integrated storage trays

J1L = Battery 280 A (60 Ah)

8BE = Headlight with gas discharge lamp for driving on the left

U1B = Instrument insert with mph speedometer, clock, tachometer and trip odometer

8RL = 6 speakers (passive)

8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left

8WD = Integrated front fog light

8AD = Radio "gamma"

7R3 = Side turn signal lights (white)

8X1 = Headlight washer system

Car is a 6n2 GTi btw.

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Matt-VNS

Nothing exiting by the looks of it.

X2B = National sales program Great Britain
1AB = Power brake
3FB = Spoiler roof
5J1 = Rear spoiler
C0A = Alloy wheels 8.5J x 17
H0C = Tires 205/60 R16 92V optimized rolling resistance
4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass
4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass
3NC = Rear seat bench/backrest, split folding
1MB = Sports steering wheel (hollow rim)
Q1A = Standard front seats
J0A = Battery 175 A (36 Ah)
8J1 = Hand brake/low brake fluid level warninglight without inscription
8K2 = Separate daytime running lights --NAR--
8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
U0L = Instrument insert with tachometer clock and mph speedometer
8RD = 2 speakers (passive)
3D1 = Center console
8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left
8F2 = Side turn signal lights
1TB = Fuel tank vent line with gravity valve and PVC breather hose

1AB = Power brake - Standard?

3FB = Spoiler roof

5J1 = Rear spoiler - Pretty sure these are the same thing and were standard on coupes.

C0A = Alloy wheels - Nope

4KC = Side and rear windows in heat-insulatingglass

4GF = Windshield in heat-insulating glass - Pimpin 8-) (Standard on Genesis I'm sure)

8K2 = Separate daytime running lights --NAR-- - Eh?

So a very much standard MK3, no mention of the steel sliding sunroof... Also my sticker states that my car is a Polo Coupe Fox. I'm guessing the Genesis is partially built up as a Fox then given Genesis extras? Weird trim level this Genesis.

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xaxben

Apparently my breadvan had 17x8.5 alloys with 225/50/17 tyres hmmm...

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Sammjoey

My '93 mk2f/3 coupe

X2B = National sales program Great Britain

1AF = Power brake

5J1 = Rear spoiler

C1Q = Alloy wheels 8J x 18

H0B = Tires 225/50 R17 94Y

3NB = Rear seat bench/backrest, completely folding

Q1A = Standard front seats

J0A = Battery 175 A (36 Ah)

8J1 = Hand brake/low brake fluid level warninglight without inscription

8K2 = Separate daytime running lights --NAR--

8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left

U0J = Instrument insert with trip odometer, km/h speedometer

8RA = Without speakers

3D0 = Without center console

8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left

1TB = Fuel tank vent line with gravity valve and PVC breather hose

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Vio

92 Mk3:

X2B = National sales program Great Britain
1AB = Power brake
5J1 = Rear spoiler
C0A = Alloy wheels 8.5J x 17
H0B = Tires 225/50 R17 94Y
3NB = Rear seat bench/backrest, completely folding
Q1A = Standard front seats
J0A = Battery 175 A (36 Ah)
8J1 = Hand brake/low brake fluid level warninglight without inscription
8K2 = Separate daytime running lights --NAR--
8BF = Halogen headlight for driving on the left
U0K = Instrument insert with clock mph speedometer
8RD = 2 speakers (passive)
3D1 = Center console
8TD = Rear fog light for driving on the left
8F2 = Side turn signal lights
1TB = Fuel tank vent line with gravity valve and PVC breather hose

17" alloys on a Mk3, seems legit

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