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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like your heater core is bad. Have someone check out the heating system and possibly replace heater core.. that should take care of the fog problem also by enabling you to use the defrost... Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
Pull your oil cap, check on the underside, if its white and thick you need a head gasket. that would explaine why the dealer telling you that you need a new headgasket. if it "looks normal" change your water pump.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
hello rich if you dont own a obd2 code tester then you can take your jeep to any auto parts store like auto zone and thay will use there tester for free and tell you what the faults are on your jeep and how to fix it and if its a sensor or what ever there also have the parts you'll need to replace.thay also sale the testers if you want to buy one for future use thay can run any were from 60.00$ -150.00$ but i just have them use theres for free to check my car.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
sounds like you map sensor has gone bade that will cause it to run bad till it warms up is you cheack engine light on
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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What year is your Polo? If the water is getting in the foot well after it rains on when you wash the vehicle, it is most likely a stopped up drain holes in the cowl usually where the wiper motor is located. If there is a lot tree leaves and bebris that collect on the hood and windshield wiper area this can cause the drain holes to clog up. The holes are located on each side on the car at the bottom of the windshield. On the other hand if you are getting water in the fot well every time the engine is running then a leaking heater core could be the problem. If the car has the proper amount of coolant in the cooling system then the water in the footwell will also have coolant mixed with it.
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