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  1. I’m looking at installing rear speakers in my Polo 9N. I’ve had the door panel off and seen that there’s definitely no speakers. I’ve found the size of speakers that I need, but I have to issues. I know that I need a harness/adapter to fit the speakers but not sure which ones. I also then don’t know how to attach these adapters to the main speaker plug behind the radio, it only has pins for the front two speakers, and blank spaces for where the rear ones would be.
  2. Hi, I fitted my cruise control to my 9n3 TDI over the weekend. I looked around for a guide but was unable to find a complete guide that was written in English, so i thought of writing this one. Remember cruise control can only be fitted if the control units serial number starts with 6Q0 or 6Q1. This is in the drivers foot-well in the right if you want to check. The stalk & wiring loom can be brought from here. With MFD or Without MFD. There products can also be found on this website electritech.co.uk Firstly i had to remove the dashboard. This is because one of the plugs you need to add a pin too is plugged into the bulkhead. Others have said that they have managed to do this with extra long nose pliers. Others have suggested wiring it straight into the ECU. If you need help removing the dash a guide can be found here http://www.pimpowski.de/armaturenbrett_aus...n_pimpowski.htm The guide is in German but you can get a good idea by just translating the text & looking at the pictures. After you have removed the dashboard the car will look something like this The next step is to insert the pin into the plug on the bulkhead. This plug can be found where the arrow is pointing too on the picture above. When you have located the the plug you will need the pull the metal slide out to release the plug. Once you have pulled this out you will need to push down the clip and pull the plug out. Once you have removed the plug you need to put the pin in. The pin on the wiring loom is the long one that is on its own. This needs to be put onto pin 10. That pin is the pin on the picture above with the grey wire in that is pulled the other way. To get the pin in you will need slide the purple bit on the bottom to unlock the pins. When you have put the pin in move the purple bit back, put the plug back in the bulkhead & then put the metal slide across. Next you need to put the pins into the steering wheel stalk connector. This can be seen below. This is where the other wires with pins go. They should be numbered 26 to 31. If the wires aren't numbered but are different colours the list below will tell you what colours the pins relate to PIN 26 - white PIN 27 - red PIN 28 - black PIN 29 - white PIN 30 - yellow PIN 31 - blue This connector has three levels. The wires need to go into the middle level. The pins are numbered. You can see where they need to go from the picture above. You may need to remove the plastic cover around the connector. This should just un-click from underneath and slide out side ways. When you have done that you need to plug the plastic connector on the wiring loom into the module in the drivers foot-well. This is on the right hand side. It should only fit in one hole. if you are having trouble finding the right socket it is socket XS3. You should now have one wire left. This should be a wire with nothing on the end of it. This wire needs to be soldered to the wire coming from the back of fuse 4. This should be a black and blue wire. You need to splice this and solder the last wire to it. DON'T CUT THE WIRE!! Once you have done that you are good to reassemble the dashboard. Once reassembled you will need to activate cruise control using VAG-COM [select] [01 - Engine] [Login - 11] Enter 11463 to activate cruise control [Do It!] That should be it. My cruise control light doesn't seem to light up when cruise control is on, but it does work. Remember cruise control doesn't work in neutral or 1st gear. You also need to be doing over 30kph. The original German guide is attached to the post Hope it helps Check out my other guide on Fog Light Retrofit. Oliver Original_Cruise_Control_Guide__German_.pdf
  3. Forgive my poor English. Clutch was always low on my 9N 2002, but now I'm having problems moving the gear shift into any gear in the first minutes of using the car. I started leaving it in first overnight so that I don't have to force it in the morning, but what happens is when I start the engine, with the clutch floored, the car starts moving. This and often I get to smell burned clutch plate, which leads me to believe it doesn't disengage completely. What can I do, any advice?
  4. Hi! Need some help with pinout schematic. Specifically looking for the rear right ABS sensor
  5. Hi all, my power steering randomly cut out (luckily while just pulling up next to my house) no dash warning lights no fault codes when scanned fuses are okay battery running at 12.2v when off battery running at 14v when running fluid level is good no leaks does anyone have any suggestions? also does anyone know if it is possible to test the power steering pump if I take it off the car?
  6. Hello, I have a problem with my 9N in that last week the temperature warning light popped up on the dash and now I don't seem to be able to get rid of. I'll try and summarise here: - temp warning light came on - it was a hot day but temp gauge read 90 (as it should) and the coolant level was fine - pulled over and engine cooled to 70 - started up again and all ok. then warning light came back on after 1/2 mile. Coolant temp and level still fine but I waited a little longer - started again, light came on again, but I just drove home anyway because I didn't believe what it was telling me. Got home fine and the temp gauge didn't get above 90 Since then the light has come on randomly. Sometimes not at all. Sometimes 10 seconds after starting. Sometimes without starting. So, my thoughts were that it's either a problem with the temp switch in the stat or the coolant level sensor. Or maybe the ECU (I'll get to that)? I unplugged the level sensor, cleaned the contacts, and reconnected after getting a good resistance reading (not open circuit). Started the car and it was fine. Shut the drivers door and stood watched the engine for a few minutes. Went and checked dash, still no light. Job done. Then I opened the drivers door and the temp warning light came back on with the interior light. And strangely since then driver elec window is manual only (if i press the button all the way it doesn't open on its own - I have to hold it down). This door business is making me think it's maybe an ECU fault. I'm happy that the car isn't overheating and that the coolant level is ok. There's no leak. There's no oil in the water. The temp gauge has never gotten above 90. Could it be that maybe it did overheat and the ECU is confused now - it thinks it's overheating but it's not? I have a new coolant temp switch to try, but I'm not convinced that it the problem. I think it's electrical but I don't know where to start with checking. Was tempted to get a VAG COM cable but I have a mac and don't really want to install a partition for windows just for diagnostics. Sorry, that's an essay, but it's not a straight forward problem. I'd be very grateful if anyone else has experience of this sort of problem and has anything they could share. Is there anything else I could try myself before I concede and take it to a garage? Thank you kindly.
  7. Hi guys, I've got a 03 9N1 Polo 1.4L Petrol. It has a Engine Management Light on giving the code P0444 Evap Emission on system purge control Valve Circuit Open. I've tried wiping which works for roughly 5-10 seconds once car is started. I've replaced the solenoid/ Purge valve with two from a local breakers and wiped the code each time but it still came back. Any ideas on what it could be? TIA Keef
  8. Hi all Just a quicky, I need to replace the tailgate on my 9n (going to the facelift one) I cant find the right socket to get the tailgate off!! Anyone know that size/type I need?? I've already had to rip out the wiring loom and swap it across to the new one before taking the old one off Thanks in advance
  9. My 9N Polo (2002) has a issue with the Instrument Cluster. Everytime I turn the Ignition Key on, the Trip and Clock have reset to 0KM and 0:00 and the Immobilizer doesn't always allow the Motor to be started. Leave the Key in the run position for a second or two and it will then start and run fine. Both Trip and Clock work perfectly once the Motor is running. Is there a permanent feed to the Instrument Cluster that may be failing? On a few rare occasions the entire Instrument Cluster has been dead until many lock and unlock the door cycles. This problem has escalated over many months from being very intermittent to now being constant.
  10. hi all any help with this code? polo 00816 power steering sensor g250 30 00 open or short to plus.. recently had a steering rack change - second hand one, and ive had tracking done. also tried a different g250 sensor but still get the light come on dash with steering wheel picture also a abs code comes up also,anyone help me check the values of the steering rack when it moves in vcds and all i get is activate it? do i go on single reading? ive got the free version
  11. Hi all, Ive got a problem with my daughters polo 9n 3 door. The windows have decided to wind down on there own and car unlocks it self to, and there is a constant clicking coming from the doors after this has happened. Ive temp taking out the fuses for the windows and central locking as a temp measure as im worried car will get wet or items may get stolen.. this started happening last night, when i turn the key left on the drivers side door it sometimes lock the whole car and do windows up but most times it just locks that side, other times it locks whole car, this is the same from passenger side too,if i turn the key right it sometimes wind windows down and only only drivers door and sometimes passenger door.. any one point me in the right direction to solve this issue please, recently fitted new clutch and power steering rack, so seems like a never ending story with faults atm, also ive checked the rubber and wires inside the door hinge area and all seem ok, fuses were ok to 38,39 and 51 i think they were,,,thanks
  12. Hi, I’m putting a remote locking kit into my 9n, I’ve been looking around for the wiring diagram to find out which cables from the passenger door I need to wire to my kit but I can’t find it any where, I have found it for the drivers door but I would rather do it on the passenger side, any advice will be appreciated
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