Question about Volkswagen Polo
AC starts and gives cool air and after some time, it would start giving hot air. sometimes, from the beginning it would give only hot air. please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw polo electrical problem
If spark is good, it could be fuel pump or filter, or even your solenoid. Message me with more info. does it:
1. Try to start? - Fuel issue, or battery issue?
2. Click - Battery issue
3. Nothing? - Solenoid issue
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: VW Polo doesnt start
when you turn the ignition switch on, the gas pump relay should turn on and go off to pressurize the system. You can keep the car in neutral/park, get down as low as you can to the driver's floor board and reach up and turn the ignition switch to on [but not to the point that you actually allow the engine to turn over]. Repeat this step until you hear the relay and can actually feel the little black (box) that is actually performing an electromechanical switching.
Check here first----> , it is usually on a diagram within or near your fuse panel.
It is a start. Secondly, I'd check for any play/movement on your negative/positive terminals of your battery and starter motor. Should these be snug, loosen them and clean the terminals on your battery AND starter. This may be "stupid" and "obvious" to most but they don't do it and that is usually the main cause... even if it "appears good".
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
first clean throttle body out with carb cleaner and some clean cloth , if the throttle flap is dirty the car will stall
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
check all vacume hoses for splits.this sounds also like air being drawn from the fuel tank sender unit which could be corroded.is there a strong smell of fuel inside the car?this could also be a secondary jet being blocked in the carb if it has one.good luck
Posted on May 18, 2009
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