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  1. Hi all I have a 2008 VW Polo 9n3 1.2 5Dr which has only electric windows in the front. A few weeks ago they started to play up only working intermittently now to cease to working at all via any of the windows switches in both the passenger door and driver’s door. Both windows still go up and down by holding the key in either the passenger/driver's door's (lazy locking/unlocking). What I have tried so far 1. Checked all possible fuses 2. Checked the grounds at the window motors/switches 3. Checked the wires running from the a pillar to drivers door for breaks 4. Check electrical connectors in a pillar and door for dampness none found 5. Run full VCDS diagnostics scan no faults found 6. Took a look in measuring blocks and found that window Regulator (drivers Door) is not installed 7. Tried to recode the central convince control module from code (00019) tried the following codes 00064,00016,000259,00067 and from some of the code’s i got in measuring blocks CTRL Module Does not Respond Hope this all makes sense and any help would be appreciated. I have attach a log and some screen shots of VCDS. Sunday,02,February,2020,12:31:34:13167 VCDS -- Windows Based VAG/VAS Emulator Running on Windows 10 x64 VCDS Version: HEX-V2 CB: 0.4508.4 Data version: 20190930 DS308.0 www.Ross-Tech.com VIN: WVWZZZ9NZ8Y163229 License Plate: Mileage: 90580km-56283mi Repair Order: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chassis Type: 9N (9N - VW Polo (2002 > 2010)) Scan: 01 02 03 08 09 15 17 19 25 37 44 45 46 56 76 VIN: WVWZZZ9NZ8Y163229 Mileage: 90580km-56283miles ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 01: Engine Labels: 03E-906-033-AZQ.lbl Part No: 03E 906 023 B Component: SIMOS91 1.2l 4V 1891 Revision: --H04--- Serial number: VWZ7Z0H6450996 Coding: 0000071 Shop #: WSC 00788 785 00200 VCID: 1E65D9121CA4E307DBB-5184 No fault code found. Readiness: 0110 0101 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 03: ABS Brakes Labels: 6R0-907-37x-ABS80.clb Part No SW: 6Q0 907 379 AF HW: 6Q0 907 379 AF Component: ABS 8.0 front H05 0002 Revision: 00000000 Serial number: 00000000000000 Coding: 0002085 Shop #: WSC 00788 785 00200 VCID: 015F826E8D1A3CFFC69-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 08: Auto HVAC Labels: 6Q0-820-045.lbl Part No: 6Q0 820 045 Component: Klimaanlage X0850 VCID: 6A8DC5C2956CDFA7773-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 09: Cent. Elect. Labels:. 6Qx-937-049-C.lbl Part No: 6Q1 937 049 F Component: 0009 BN-SG. 2S36 Coding: 25742 Shop #: WSC 00788 VCID: 3E253992B9648307FBB-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 15: Airbags Labels: 6Q0-909-605-VW5.lbl Part No: 1C0 909 605 K Component: 18 AIRBAG VW51 0P 0010 Coding: 12600 Shop #: WSC 00788 VCID: 2C0103DA5F18019745F-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 17: Instruments Labels: 6Q0-920-xxx-17.lbl Part No: 6Q0 920 903 J Component: KOMBIINSTRUMENT VDO V06 Coding: 01431 Shop #: WSC 00445 VCID: 38292F8A9B40BD37317-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 19: CAN Gateway Labels: 6N0-909-901-19.lbl Part No: 6N0 909 901 Component: 01K1 GATEWAY CAN 2S36 Coding: 00014 Shop #: WSC 00788 VCID: 70B9D7AAB3B02577397-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 25: Immobilizer Labels: 5J0-920-xxx-25.clb Part No: 6Q0 920 903 J Component: IMMOBILIZER VDO V06 Coding: 01431 Shop #: WSC 00445 VCID: 38292F8A9B40BD37317-50F4 WVWZZZ9NZ8Y163229 VWZ7Z0H6450996 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 44: Steering Assist Labels: 6Q0-423-156.clb Part No: 6R0 423 156 B Component: LenkhilfeTRW V277 Coding: 10110 Shop #: WSC 00000 VCID: 2F3B14D66E0E7A8F60D-50F4 No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 46: Central Conv. Labels:. 6Q0-959-433.clb Part No: 6Q0 959 433 H Component: 1N Komfortgerát 0002 Coding: 00019 Shop #: WSC 00788 VCID: 40D9476AC390F5F7897-4B3C No fault code found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address 56: Radio Labels: 1K0-035-1xx-56.lbl Part No SW: 6Q0 035 152 E HW: 6Q0 035 152 E Component: Radio 9NK 0004 Revision: 00001000 Serial number: VWZ4Z4GD070429 Coding: 0020202 Shop #: WSC 00788 785 00200 VCID: 2C0103DA5A18019745F-50F4 No fault code found. End----(Elapsed Time: 02:29, VBatt start/end: 13.6V/13.6V. VIgn 0.0V)------
  2. Hi there, I'm trying to re-fit my front door handles after a bit of painting. Rears went on fine but cannot for the life of me see how the fronts are supposed to go on. I need to line the paddle thing from the lock up with the slot for the central locking AND get the handle pull to clip into place. Seems impossible from the outside. Anyone have any tips, experience or guides? Cheers
  3. I bought a cheap wheel bearing from a seller on EBay, for £13.95 . I fitted it into the hub this afternoon and it is nearly as noisy and has nearly as much play as the old, very knackered and very noisy one that I was replacing. Please could I have some advice on the best quality bearings to get for my 6N. I seem to get a noisy front bearing, usually once every year or so, so I'd like to get the absolute best quality possible, without paying through the nose. Suggestions gratefully received.
  4. Hi everyone, I've come up against a bit of a problem and maybe i'm just being a bit dumb but i need your help. I was experiencing a whiny squeaky type noise coming from the front nearside and upon inspection i found out that the noise was coming from the front nearside wheel bearing ,anyhow seeing as today was bright and dry i gave it a go. Acquired the correct wheel bearing from motor factors and took the hub of no problem ,and an engineer bloke i know pressed me the old bearing out and pressed the new one back in so all well up to now . Anyway i can't seem to get the damn thing fitting back in correctly,so i have posted some pics in the hope someone can guide me who has done it before,it shouldn't be that harder job really should it maybe it's just me and cars. Right looking at the picks can you confirm that this sleeve on the hub is in the right place as the hub wont go back far enough on the splines to refit the nut up ,it's like it shouldn't be there,i was thinking that the bloke who pressed the bearing back has missed something off or something anyway he says he hasn't..So i'm open to suggestions please. Please see pictures.
  5. Hi, Im Martyn! :) I have a job to do on a 2005 Polo ( Mk4), I need some pointers for a wheel hub bearing replacement. I see many conflicting posts on various places of the tinterweb that confuse the bearings to be either race bearing/ pressed in type...or integral hub bearings. The one I am going to be doing according to the factors will be a hub bearing. I work in a garage and am confident with the spanners and most jobs.... however I dont have a press...I anticipate that I will be able to unbolt the bearing from the steering knuckle and knock it out...I also anticipate that the trackrod ends will likely become damaged on removal if not careful. Can I also expect the ABS sensor to be damaged?...I recall replacing one on the REAR of an older Polo and the whole assembly had to be removed from the stub axle and be put on a vice..nightmare... In short...are there any significant items for me to look outfor before I start or purchase parts...the job will be done when the motorfactors are closed so I wanna plan ahead! Many thanks in advance! Martyn
  6. Hi All I read somewhere a while ago about fitting Alfa 156 seats into a Mk2 Polo Has anyone done this or know how it could be done Thanks
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