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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

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SOURCE: Service light Vw polo 2001

turn ignition from off to red light on 3 times whilst continuosly pressing trip clock down until A line of dashes appears in trip clock reading

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SOURCE: can I get free download of a 1999 VW Polo 1.9L SDi service manual

I have tried this in the past but VW and Bentley jealous guard their copyrights. Best to break down and pay the $40... Hope this helps...;-)

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: vw polo 2003. Fuel filler flap won't release when

There probably is. My 99 Audi A4 has a release cable in the trunk. It's behind the trunk lining above the filler neck. Mine's red for easy identification - just pull it and it pops the gas door. While it's open, spray the lock with some white lithium grease or PB Blaster, and work it in. It may be that the latch is just sticky and those should clear up its operation.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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SOURCE: rear passenger doors on vw polo 2003 not working. cant open doors

Mine is doing the exact same.

Have two solutions, will try it later today:

1. Unlock with remote tnen lock with key and then unlock with key.
2. Might be a power problem, check that batery is good.

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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