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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Foreign Object Damage

Driving over hard, pointed objects like nails, screws and the like can pierce the tire.
This always leads to tire damage.
   
Damage from Imbedded Foreign Bodies
Frequently, the foreign object -marking- is so securely embedded in the tire that it will not free itself even at higher speeds. Due to this, it can act as a plug and seal the tire relatively well. The result is gradual loss of pressure which the driver does not notice immediately but which can lead to sudden and complete tire failure.
  Note
No repair should be attempted on steel belted tires of which the structure has been punctured by a foreign body.
 

Foreign Object Damage

Tire Sidewall Swelling
A swelling in the flank of the tire indicates that the substructure of the carcass has been damaged.     Typical ...

Disintegrated Tread
Tires with Torn-Out Tread Such damage usually develops over a longer period of time. If an already damaged tire is exposed to high stress, the ...

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Emergency Wheels
Spare Wheel Notes If Necessary, Explain to the Customer the Information About Tires and Refer the Customer to the Owner's Manual.     The following notes listed also apply to spare wheels that are marked wi ...

A/C Refrigerant Low Pressure Switch -F73
  Note For switching pressures, removing and installing switches and switch arrangement and version, see vehicle-specific refrigerant circuit. Refer to → Rep. Gr.87.     ...

Overview - Rim
1 -  Rim Flange Stop for the side tire bead 2 -  Hump (H2) on Both Bead Seats Prevents the tire from slipping off the bead seat when driving around tight curves An extended hump (EH2) is requir ...

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