Question about Volkswagen Polo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First of all, basic things to check is the battery. Is the battery ampage sufficient for your car? Re-check connections.
The clicking you hear is the solenoid in the starter motor. Maybe attempt to bridge the connection yourself to rule out solenoid problems.
When it was fitted, are you sure it was properly aligned? Sometimes with these things, it's best to take it out and start again.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Hello, VW polos 1.0, 1.4. 1.6, suffer from carbon bulid up in the throttle bodys causing bad idling, esp the Bosch Mono-Motronic (Throttle Body Injection systems), a good clean with carb cleaner should repair the problem, also engine temp sensor replacement and idle speed control valve replacement can help idle problems.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The flasher unit has gone bad and needs to be changed. The flasher module is a part of the hazard module also. The clicking is the unit is still working but there is not enough voltage to activate the lights to flash. It's common on the Malibu's and other GM product cars similar to the Malibu like Grand Am's Ect. I believe Auto Zone has the replacement part for you car and is more reasonable in price then the dealer and the y also have the step by step instructions to replace the flasher module. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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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