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Hi Sadly the time has come to sell my 1993 mk2f polo coupe CL. I know this is a technical forum, but I'd really like some advice on whether its worth sinking money into the car or not before selling. Mechanically the car is excellent, last service August 2020 with new pads and brakes fitted. Belt fitted March 2020. Mileage is 65,000 and has most service history. Bodywork excellent for age with only a few minor chips and few little bits of rust on sills. Car has below electrical issues: speakers need wired in cluster issue - dash lights and f
Hi, Can anyone help! I have a 64 plate VW polo. When I lock the car the interior lights stay on and flash randomly (including hazard light, steering wheel lights, electric window buttons) which is causing the battery to drain. Taken to VW for diagnostics they said to try new dash clocks as the first stage of repair for £1000!! Any advice welcome!! Dash clocks work perfectly fine normally.
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
Evening all, I have recently purchased a 2005 VW polo 1.4 Litre, the power steering does not work, the dashboard light is permanently lit, I have the following information after having the codes read, Address 09: Cent. Elect. Labels:. 6Qx-937-049-C.lbl Part No: 6Q1 937 049 D Component: 00BK BN-SG. 1S34 Coding: 25742 Shop #: WSC 00788 VCID: 3C76BCD92CDE42AAC1-5140 1 Fault Found: 01309 - Power Steering Control Module (J500) 49-00 - No Communications So what does this mean, where is the Power Steering control module located ??? The next fault is as follows