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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:

 → Indicator lamps and fuel gauge  
 → Filling the tank with petrol or diesel  
 → Refuelling autogas  
 → Capacities  
 → Checks when filling the tank

The fuel cap is located at the rear right-hand side of the vehicle.

Vehicles operated with autogas have 2 fuel tanks: one for autogas and one for petrol.

Additional information and warnings:

WARNING

Filling the tank incorrectly and incorrect handling of fuel can cause explosions, fire and serious burns and injuries.

WARNING

For safety reasons, Volkswagen does not recommend carrying a spare fuel canister in the vehicle. Fuel can spill out of the full or empty canister and catch fire, especially in the event of an accident. This could cause explosions, fire and injuries.

NOTICE

Fuels can pollute the environment. Any spilt service fluids must be cleaned up and disposed of properly.

The tank flap cannot be opened manually. Seek expert assistance if necessary.

Filling the tank
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Indicator lamps and fuel gauge
Fig. 129 In the instrument cluster: Variants A and B: fuel gauges for petrol and diesel. Variant C: fuel gauge for autogas First read and observe the introductory information and safety warning ...

Other materials:

A/C Programmer -J127
This programmer switches the refrigerant flow direction through the second evaporator if the temperature on the cooling fins on the second evaporator lowers to the freezing point for water (icing protection).   ...

Special Connector Systems
  Note If necessary, housing securing mechanisms (secondary locks) must be released or removed using specified tool before releasing the contacts. Refer to → Chapter „Secondary Lock“.     ...

Engine data
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings For reasons of vehicle registration and vehicle taxation, the power output and performance of some engines may vary in some countries from the information given in this booklet. Petrol engines ...

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