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It would help if you join a VW forum that has Polo group. You'll have a higher chance for info regarding the vehicle. The control arm is pretty much straight forward, I'd advice you to mark the balljoint (bottom 3 bolts carrier) by using a center punch before you loosen this bolts. This will help you put it back the same exact position and lessen the probability of messing the alignment in a big way.
I'd also suggest to replace the control arm rubber bushings if the mileage is quite high.
Remove the air filter caseing under there you will see the carb intake.Along side that is your throtle idle mechanism.Thats faulty.It works from the E.C.U.They are quite common to fail and are expensiveto by.But you can run the car by removing the electrical plug on the side of the mechanism.Try that and get back to me m8 good luck
could be wiring that shifts loose. is it only under hard cornering? i had a problem with a vw that made a buzzing sound everytime i cornered hard. it turned out that my oil pump wasnt picking up enough oil under cornering becuase a piece of plastic int he sump was missing.
the starting issue is probally down to the throttle housing being al carboned up.take it of and get it spotless,a toothbrush and some solvent is good.make sure you clean around where the butterly sits and the edges of the butterfly itself,dont just look from the top and think its looks ok take it off.