Question about Volkswagen Polo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 vw polo
check your sensors 1st,all sensors must be good
if all sensors are working good than check your engine firing sequence,some times happens when sequence was wrong,
check your exhaust and carborator tuning pin that creates the batter combination for firing in bore for batter performance & less emitions ,so check is it ok or not than go to your nearest service center that havad certified mechanics,
till you read this you had solve this problem definatly,
Posted on May 18, 2008
It is a wiring fault, but they are looking on the wrong end. You will need to have a VW dealer "repin" the electrical connector at the throttle body. What this means is, the dealer will take apart the connector, cut off the old pins and crimp on new ones and reassemble the connector. This is a common problem on drive by wire VW's. The dealer has a bulletin on the problem and I don't know why they missed it. They will probably have to order the connector kit however. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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