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VW polo harlequin COPY, selling with a heavy heart as its not ULEZ compliant. 1.6 automatic petrol, with only 39000 miles! Sunroof, CD radio, factory alloys, electric windows, MOT till October, basically all original except the paint job. The car drives like a dream, don't really want to sell but not ULEZ compliant. Body work in great condition. Eye catching car that's fun to drive. One tyre will need replacing and the starter motor will need looking at soon hence open to sensible offers, asking £700
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I have a 2008 1.2 polo match, 3 door with a passenger window which will not operate from the drivers switch or the passenger door switch . I checked the wiring in the rubber door gaiter on the drivers door side and found that water had got into the connector blocks which plug in to the body side junction box causing serious corrosion. I cleaned the door side connectors but found a pin to be broken inside the connector mounted in the car body between the hinges. This may be the cause of the failed window. please could you tell me the name or part number for the half of this connection which is mounted in the car side between the hinges . It is mounted in a white frame which the gaiter clips in to . The connector incorporates three individual plugs. Thanks.
Hello again! So during storm dennis my polo let some water in. Specifically into the drivers door (i pulled a dry doorcard off and it was wet behind the speaker). My electrical problems: My central locking only locks when i dont have the key in, but once i have ignition first click turned, both the lock and unlock buttons unlock the doors, and you cannot even force them down by hand. 2nd, the window is dead. Even holding the key in the lock only moves passenger window. I assume the motor is dead or wiring fried. Now ive just spent near a grand getting the clutch and suspension sorted so cant afford much but really wanna try and fix this. Ive checked all relating fuses and theyre all good (oddly) Can i convert it to manual with no motor? Where can i start to look in order to fix the central locking? I will accept very botch solutions to this so please if youve read through and can share anything..its all welcome! Cheers
Racehunter posted a topic in ICE, Electrical and LightingFirstly, my apologies as this problem is posted on another forum, however I am desperate to fix the issue. My son has recently purchased his first car, a 2007 MY 1.4 Polo 5 door with low miles and full history. It’s a really nice vehicle, and drives extremely well, so much so that it belies its age. Just one small mark to the rear N/S quarter panel for me to sort. Anyway, he decided that he 'needed' to have a replacement radio to allow for Apple Car Play, so purchased a head unit and that was added to my list of jobs! Having left the car with me for completion of the work, he came back last weekend to collect it, only to find that there is a problem with central locking and electric window operation. It doesn't have remote C/L just 'key in slot' activation. All was well at the time the car was purchased, so this is something that has happened since then. I have no idea if the work I did has any bearing on this, but do actually doubt it as all I have done is remove and refit the N/S rear lamp cluster and remove OEM radio and fit a (cheap Chinese) double din item. I have obviously searched the forums for information and am amazed at how many VW vehicles have similar issues, but many different answers. The full symptom list from my fault appraisal is: Only drivers door unlocks from that side with key, but interior light doesn’t come on. If all doors unlocked, only drivers door locks from drivers side with key and no alarm LED. All doors unlock from passenger side with key and interior light comes on All doors lock from passenger side, alarm LED on drivers side lock button flashes and interior light goes out. All doors lock and unlock using internal button on drivers door card Electric windows do not operate from drivers door switches Passenger electric window operates from passenger side switch I have checked fuses and connections/wiring between drivers door and 'A' post and found nothing. This left me thinking it might be either the door lock (is it a master to the system?) or the CCU, however I decided to take the door card off again and have another good look at the cables and connectors. Now here is the strange thing. After removing both connector blocks from the electric window unit (drivers side) then clicking back in, the windows and central locking started working again. I then opened and closed the door (as in swing open) a number of times and the electrics returned to their 'less than perfect' functioning. Off came the connector blocks again and as soon as they clicked back into place, windows and doors worked correctly. This seems to be a cycle its now stuck in unfortunately so definitely not a permanent fix. My thoughts are with a) a loose connector in the block (it seems to be the larger of the 2 blocks that affects the outcome), b) a problem with the board onto which the male connector terminals are attached to, or c) a fragile wire. What I cannot work out is why the window winder motor should affect the central locking. If anyone can suggest why, I would appreciate it. Also if anyone has a wiring diagram that I can ponder over, that would be great. Thanks Steve
Hi, I'm looking to convert my manual window 6n2 to electric windows. I have the switches, motors/regulators and door looms from both sides of another vehicle. As my car did not come with central locking, I have fitted electric central locking actuators instead. I'm looking to figure out what wires i need to run to make the electric windows work on both sides as they should, and hopefully to remove some wires related to the vacuum operated central locking and replace them with my own 2 wires for the electric central locking. If someone has a diagram of some sort I would appreciate it massively. I've looked in the haynes manual and it while it shows whats connected to what, it doesn't detail what wire does what. If the workshop manual detail it any better then that would be ideal. I'm hoping its a question of connect some wires up to each interior door loom plug and give it some power etc and away we go. If only... I have tried looking it up from other posts on the forum but all of the posts related had images that were no longer available 😥. Cheers
Hi there I have a 13 year old 2005 VW Polo MK4 1.4 diesel 3 door. Just recently both front electric windows have stopped working intermittently. There is no clicking sound from either of the motors so that means there is no power being supplied to them and the windows are definitely not stuck because when they work they move with ease. There are no other electrical issues with the car, both electric mirrors work ant the central locking buttons on the driver door work with no problem and there are no issues with the wipers, dash lights, indicators, screen-wash pump. At first I thought it might be the 25 amp fuse but there is nothing wrong with it and just to prove it wasn't the fuse I replaced it and still nothing. One thing I can't wrap my head around is that both the window switches on the drivers door or the passenger door don't work yet the switches still light up when you turn the lights on which means the switches do have power to them. After seeing that the lights on the switches were working I tried the windows and still nothing. Would really appreciate it if someone knew more about this than I. Thanks for the help -Tom