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Car wont start

Polo 1.2 sport the car has been put on a diagnostic machine with no faults comming back but the car still wont start the oil pressure light comes on and bleeps three times . i have changed the oil pressure switch and checked all the obvious things like fuel, spark , compression , lamba , but still the car wont fire up !!!!!!! help

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    My vw polo classic 1.6 2001 model don't start and no spark changed coil, rotor,cap,distributor,fuel filter and fuel pump works but still don't start .Help plz Brian

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Try to change the G28 sensor (rpm)













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