Hello - I'm in process of insuring vehicle again and Insurance Company have told me they cannot cover vehicle for theft if there is no anti theft device or immobiliser etc. on vehicle.
I've never been aware of an alarm on this vehicle, although a red light flashes internally when doors are locked and assumed this may just be a deterrent. Getting conflicting reports from VW garages as to whether there is/isn't anything fitted as standard.
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VW stuff has a reputation for interchangeability but I can't answer your question. I suspect only a select few who have already done or failed to do the job can answer, alternatively you will need to compare the components and do the required measuring yourself.
I remember the case of a guy who upgraded his Polo with some Golf parts. After a crash (that wasn't his fault) an eagle-eyed insurance assessor spotted the modification and the insurance cover was withdrawn because the owner hadn't informed the company about the mods.
More recently a guy with a new Honda car had not liked the standard wheels and had opted for a Honda upgrade before taking delivery. Again an eagle-eyed insurance person spotted the difference and told the owner he wasn't covered because the insurer hadn't been told of the modification.
Your vehicle should be covered if you purchased extended warranty when you bought the vehicle, if you have Consumer affair in the country that you live in then check with them as a lot of these Insurance Companies will tell you that it is not covered by them so they don't have to pay the money out if they think you will just go away and not hassle them. Consumer affairs will tell you whether your Insurance Company has to pay for the damage or not and will also contact the Insurance company and make them pay the money out to have your car repaired,
You have to keep up your payments, regardless. You need to fight with your insurance company about their failure to pay the claim. Unless they have reason to suspect YOU of the theft, they have to pay, that's why we buy insurance. Call a lawyer
I want to just clarify- are asking about a state saftey inspection, or a vehicle inspection that your insurance company is asking you to have done? if its the insurance cfo- I stand by my 1st answer to you.If its the state inspection you are speaking of-(which I doubt) having a car pass inspection via the state- is not required to obtain car insurance- now you need car insurance to get thru and pass the state inspection, but you can insure any car you want, wether it runs or not- as long as it is registered, and you have insurable interest- (meaning you are the owner)- doesnt matter is the floors are rusted out- you can insure it-
Hello, You need someone to go beneath your car to check this out. You can have a rusted gas tank, a bad gasket on the fill tube or the vent tube could be bad.
There are metal clamps on many of the hoses in the fuel system. Your car is 16 years old and a clamp could have rusted off. There is the possibility of GAS theft if you have a locking or latched fuel door on the vehicle. Someone could have puntured the gas tank and left an open hole in it.
If that is found to be the cause, contact your car insurance company about theft damage to your fuel tank. Your comprehensive insurance should cover all or part of it.
THE ONLY PLACE THAT CAN HELP IS YOUR CAR INSURANCE COMPANY.IT PROTECT CAR FROM FIRE AND THEFT.AND TAKE CAR TO TOYOTA DEALERSHIP.THEY WILL HAVE TO REPLACE THE IGNITION SWITCH AND WIRING AND REPROGRAM CAR TO CRANK AGAIN.