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  1. Time Left: 1 month and 29 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Genuine VW caddy pickup 1.9D Manual gearbox MOT until January 2020 Mileage is 105,575 miles but will rise slightly as I'm using this as a daily driver. V5 with a few MOT's present. All history available online. 2 x Keys. This is a very reliable truck (bought from Essex and did not skip a beat down the motorway or back road) The only thing that didn't survive was the after market cassette player so currently has no ICE. Handles like a little go cart!! it is great fun to drive. Doesn't smoke, starts first time every time (once the coil has warmed up) New Tonneau cover fitted. Truck is lowered on springs (great for fast cornering) 15" alloys fitted (not very DUB) I did put my Polo GTI alloys on (BBS) but they will be going back onto the polo. The Caddy is 20 years old, and is showing its age in the usual places. Slight surface rust on the arches and above the windscreen. Also a couple of random patches around the body work and doors. This is all superficial. Nice straight bed, but again has superficial rust in places that do not affect the car, but look tatty and could do with a tidy. My plan was to remove the load liner and repair/ repaint the truck. The truck has recently had the rear top mounts fully welded and plastidipped for a good seal. Looks scruffy! but could easily be sorted. Track rod end (Wishbones) replaced on the 15th April (This cost me £260) Tow bar removed with professionally blanked electronics (Cost me £60). The tow bar is included in the sale however. Only selling as I bought this on a whim while my wife was at work as a run about/show car for me and a second car for her. However she really doesn't like it. So its got to go unfortunately. I have wanted one since I was about 15, so I am glad I can say I owned one. This will make a great running project for someone. But unfortunately it wont be me. Ready to drive away with that long MOT. Any questions please ask. Genuine interest only, I will get back to you asap. I am a working dad to 2 (almost 3!!) kids so time is precious. SWAPS SERIOUSLY CONSIDERED Thanks G 07557 509 785

    £1,800.00

    Southampton - GB

  2. Sergi

    Hi From Spain

    Hello, my name is Salvador, I'm from Spain, Barcelona. and this is my vw polo coupe model CL from 1993, it has a 1.05L AAU engine, and right now it has 88k in the odometer. The truth is that I am very happy. I have a question if someone can answer me, my car is carburetion or fuel injection.
  3. Leicestershire & Warwickshire VW Owners Club have just confirmed that we have a club stand at this years show at Stanford Hall in Leicestershire on Sunday 5th May 2019. http://www.stanfordhallvw.com/ A pretty laid back and relaxed feeling show, there's always lots to look round and plenty of impressive VW metal from throughout the ages on display (late 40's/early 50's up to present day) The stand is only ten spaces and I will post your pass out to you the week before, so please only put your name down if you can 100% attend! Entrance is £12 per person 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  4. VW POLO 6N 1.4 16v OPENAIR AFH **breaking** Grey 5door Roof SOLD wheels SOLD suspension SOLD front bumper and grill SOLD rear bumper SOLD interior SOLD still have other stuff like ignition parts, throttle body, headlights, thermostat plus housing and headlights. Please give me a text on 07854942204
  5. jonPDpolo

    Stanford Hall VW Show 2019

    Sign up thread for club stand More information on the show: http://www.stanfordhallvw.com/
  6. Hi there, after spending numerous hours in the freezing cold with a multimeter I can say that there isn't a wiring issues on the drivers door of my 2005 VW polo, this part (see image) is attached to the window motor on the drivers side door. Im assuming it's responsible for the 'one touch' feature with the windows as they are able to open and close without you having to hold the switch. However through some testing I have figured that this might be why both windows are working intermittently. I came to this conclusion when I turned the ignition switch on and pressed the window switch down on both sides of the car and got nothing. I then proceeded to remove the larger plug from the top of this part and place it back in and then to my surprise the windows worked, and then they stopped, the issue I'm having is that the windows didn't stop working after I turned the ignition off and then back on again, it was almost as if it were timed. There is no corrosion on any of the contacts and non of the pins/clamps are bent out of place. is it worth spending £35 to replace this part in hopes it fixes the issue or have I wondered from the beaten track. please advise thanks very much.
  7. Becca1996

    L468 SYJ 1993 Polo

    I was wondering if anyone knew the whereabouts of this dark blue Polo, my boyfriend sold it in August 2016 and regrets it - hoping to know the whereabouts or potential of buying it back. It had a 1.3 engine in it when sold but originally had a 1 litre which I believe was sold with it. Its MOT ran out last summer and it's currently SORNed. Hoping somebody might be able to help!
  8. 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
  9. Del73

    Hi

    Hi ..my son and i are looking for a project car for his 1st car and with the prices of insurance a polo was a no brainer ..i have been into vw's for years but my son was into his jap cars until he saw the light lol..some of the cars are amazing on here and if ours turns out half as good I'll be happy.. Keep up the good work Del and Aaron
  10. Marshall

    Mansfield area anyone?

    Would be good to know some local VW guys, pm me
  11. Karl-vwrline

    TRAX SILVERSTONE

    TRAX - 7th October 2018, Silverstone Circuit Silverstone Circuit Dadford Road Towcester Northamptonshire NN12 8GZ
  12. mondeladas

    VW Polo 6N 1.4 8v Open Air

    Hey guys, So here is my VW Polo 6N 1.4 8v Open Air with 60 hp from November 1996. The car recently have been painted and the engine all rebuilt, the car is pretty much brand new ! Now I'm focusing in the interior, specially the roof. I have leak on the sunroof that is driving me mad ! I've been trying to fix it for the last 4 years... I hope you guys appreciate the car as much as I do ! Cheers !
  13. Hi, I am new to this forum and this is my first post. I have a VW Polo 9N3 1.2 S 64 which comes with central locking. However I do not have remote central locking so I decided to purchase a comfort control module, model number 6Q0 959 433 E,which I believe can receive remote signals. However when I looked under my dash I noticed that I have a completely different module and have no idea on how to remove it. The current CCM module Model I have in my car is 6Q1 937 049 D. I have not seen any video tutorials or guides with my specific CCM model, but I have read numerous amounts of forums which say replacing the 9N3 CCM's are really easy to replace and that thhe model I purchased will fit right in. I do mot think this is the case for my car :( How would I go about getting remote central locking? Thanks!
  14. Defective

    VW Polo 6n?

    So i recently got a VW polo 6n 1.2 3 cylinder. It come with 2 keys and both have a button in the middle of them, but they don't do anything? Anyone know what they are for? As I've tried using them for the central locking but nothing works. I also changed the batterys in them both and still nothing?
  15. Bobbie

    Stereo RNS 510

    Hello, I was wodndering if anyone could help.. i have a 66 plate polo, recently my DAB radio won’t pick up anything other than my local radio stations. I have tried the soft reset and everything I can think of, I have been to my local dealership and they have no clue to what it could be.   Any one have have any ideas of what I could do to try get this working again?  Thank you 
  16. OK guys and girls, we have ten spaces again for all types at bodelwyddan castle. This year is only a 1 day event due to council cutbacks and the like, however you can bring your pooches for once. it's set to be a big show this year and more clubs have confirmed to show so let's not disappoint and bring your polos down, no matter the condition. The meeting point for myself heading down from the north is lymm services as it's a nice central location. if you're interested in joining us then pop your name down. the show date is the 20th of may. Entry is £10, and under 16s go free. Gates open at 9am so an early start of 8am at lymm please guys. More details about the show: The All Types VW Show, is held in the beautiful grounds of Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales. Enjoy a great day with us at the castle where you can relax and take in the views amongst some amazing show vehicles. You will be able to enjoy the following attractions:- A Large arena full of Classic, Modified and Custom VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda and Porsche show vehicles. Over 70 Trade Stands, selling everything you need for your motor including new and used parts, accessories, audio and cleaning products etc. Special Vehicle Displays Large ‘cars for sale’ area Over 40 club stands from around the country Autojumble corner Children’s fair rides and Adventure Playground Variety of food and drink stalls Full toilet facilities Professional security and medical team On-site Free Parking Please note :- The All Types VW Show is now a Single Day Event with no camping available on-site. This decision has been made due to family commitments and changes at the Castle. This change allows us to increase the size of the Show Arena, change the show layout and offer more space for Show Vehicles, Club Stands, Special Display Vehicles and other attractions. We hope that you can attend the event as we will be bringing some great vehicles, clubs and companies together at a great venue. *Dogs are allowed at the event, but must be kept on a lead at all times* Further details on the event can be found at www.all-types.co.uk
  17. 1vw2many

    Buying a car without v5 (HELP)

    Hi what is the process i need to go through when buying a car without a v5 ? Many thanks.
  18. Kalvinpolo

    MK2 polo engine

    Hi all names kalvin im new to the club polo / vw scene .... before you all have a moan yes i have googled it and fried my brain yes i have looked through all these threads.... but im still finding it hard to get a clear answer.... Which is the best engine to put into my polo that i can turbo.... Please be nice When replying :) haha pics of my car attached
  19. Hi guys any information on this would be much appreciated, my 1l polo has been having intermittent problems for a while and now I'm not running it because it's just too annoying having to wait 10-20 minutes to let's it cool off before it runs.... It has been serviced and has had lots of parts put on it such as new leads, a complete new distributor including rotary arm and cap, new coil pack I've drained the cooling system completely and refilled, it's had new temp sensors put on it and I've tested the fan works with a hair grip across the terminals and it runs, have swap out the sensor in the radiator with another one I have which hasn't helped, there are no fuses blown so I am a bit lost with it now. Before I changed the distributor it wouldn't restart straight away but now it fires after cutting out and runs until it cuts out with no warning, my temperature gauge stopped working after swapping out the temp sensors I don't think this is related in any way, the car used to bunny hop a little bit now and again ages ago, it also had a loss of power while driving in gear and cutting out... That's all I can think of currently if I think of anything else I will add it in later! Thanks in advance for any advice, Billy.
  20. Shebz

    VW Polo r-line 2014 help!!!

    I own a vw polo r line 2014 petrol 1.2, i want to install hid lights but don't know if the lights are different to normal polo's. Also, where could i get a replacement splitter.
  21. Hi, just wondering if there is an ecu on this as I’m looking at buying a 1989 mk2 polo s. Been quoted insurance for a black box but I don’t understand how they would fit it if there is no ecu? Thanks for any help.
  22. Joe_partington

    Cambelt kit

    Hi guys, I need to replace the cambelt on my 1989 polo s however I can’t seem to find a kit with it all in (water pump etc). If anyone has any advise I’d appreciate it. 1.3l engine 4speed Cheers :)
  23. A useful guide for VAG key fobs http://www.ebay.co.uk/gds/VAG-keys-VW-SEAT-SKODA-key-info-/10000000019533053/g.html
  24. Here's my guide to retrofitting the official fog lights including the official wiring loom. The wiring loom can be purchased from Kufatec Polo 9N3 Loom Polo 9N Loom You will also need a new light switch with support for the front fog lights. Part number is 6Q0 941 531 C I purchased my lights of ebay. They included the fog lamps & also the new plastic covers. If you purchase 9N3 lamps you will require a HB4 bulb. If you purchase 9N lamps you will require a H3 bulb. I would assume you can install 9N lamps in a 9N3 and vice versa. but i haven't tried this! The 9n & 9n3 lamps have different connectors so if you are installing a different lamp you will require the same wiring harness as the lamp type. If there is anything you are unsure of the ask me and ill try to answer it. Unfortunately i had to remove the dashboard to install this, as there is a wire that comes from the bulkhead. For instruction on that look here: http://www.pimpowski.de/armaturenbrett_ausbauen_pimpowski.htm Once I had removed to dash you will require the grey loom. You need to take the long pin that is on its own and put that into plug G on the bulkhead. This should be a red one. To remove the connector slide the metal bar across and then unclip it. You should have to remove a bit of purple plastic from the plug to get the pin in. This pin should go into pin 6 on the connector. They are labelled on the plug but you can also use the image below for reference. Once the pin is in then replace the purple plastic, plug it back in and then slide the metal bar back across. MAKE SURE THE PIN IS IN THE SAME WAY AROUND AS THE OTHERS! Next there should be 2 big metal pins. These need to go to the fuse box. They need to go to fuse 44. Use your manual to find this fuse. You will need to remove a piece of plastic from the side of the fuse box, and then the big bit of purple plastic should slide across allowing you the enter the two pins. There is no set way round they should go in the two holes. Once they are fully inserted then push the plastic piece back and replace the piece you removed. Last job in the cabin is to take the last remaining pin and put it in pin 8 on the new light switch. Again they are numbered on the plug but use the below picture for reference. TOP TIP: I would leave the dashboard dismantled for now. Next job is to install the black loom in the engine bay. First you will need to remove the wiper arms & the black tray. You will now need to remove the bulkhead tray. This can be done by removing the silver metal circles to enable you to pull away the fabric. You will then need to remove the screws holding the tray to the car. This doesn't go all the way down to the bottom of the car.If only goes down to just behind the engine. Once that is remove you will need to remove the wiper motor. This is done by unplugging the cable coming out of the side and the just pulling out the unit. When that has been remove you should see this Pull off the black covers, then locate pin one. This should be the other side of the pin you inserted earlier. You will need to remove the green plug that is in the hole. When you have done that insert the pin on the black wiring loom fully in the hole until you are unable to pull it out. You may need to remove the plug from the other side to help you. MAKE SURE THE PIN IS PUT IN THE RIGHT WAY ROUND SO THAT WHEN YOU PLUG THE OTHER PLUG IN IT GOES INSIDE When you have done you need to route the cable down, and then use the metal ring to earth the loom at earth point 12 Once you have done that all that is left to do is trail the cable down to the fog lights, plug them in & test them. Remember the ignition needs to be switched on for them to work. When tested working, re-assemble the car. Remember i accept no responsibility for incompatibility of parts on your car & also any damage done!! Feel free to ask questions if you are stuck. Hope this helps Check out my other retrofit guide on Cruise Control Oliver
  25. I have a 3 cylinder 12v 1.2 60 bhp polo I can't imagine there being a difference in the 3 cylinder 12v 70bhp polo apart from ECU so my question is can I swap the ECU and would that get my the bhp gain I know it isn't much but ?
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