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first make sure you have no close in silence ( catalatic ) exhaust line ) , second make sure the Oxgen sensor is connect (lambda) ,and the timing is ok. intake manufold sensor remove and clean , for catalatic you can loose bolts only to check and accelerate.good luck.
IF DECELERATION FUEL REDUCTION SYSTEM IS NOT OPERATING, FUEL ECONOMY WILL BE REDUCED WHILE HC AND CO EMISSIONS ARE INCREASD.SEE ON MANY ENGINES WITH DECELERATION FUEL REDUCTION SYSTEMS THE PCM STOPS GROUNDING THE INJECTORS IN A SPECIFIC RPM, DURING DECELERATION.
Hydro Carbons are usally from an engine missfire. It may be that it is such a sligh miss that you cannot feel it. What is your timing set at? I would try setting it at 2* advanced and see what that does for you.
I bought a 2000 polo 1.4 yesterday after having an MOT. The warning lamp came on today but the car is running fine. Whether its the Lambda sensor or just the light itself is a common fault, I think garages turn off the lights to get it through the MOT then they come on again in a day or two!