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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Warning lamp

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Lit up Possible cause Solution
Fault in the alternator. Go to a qualified workshop. The electrical system should be checked.
Switch off all electrical equipment that is not required. The vehicle battery will not be charged by the alternator while the vehicle is in motion.

Several warning and indicator lamps will light up briefly as a functional check when the ignition is switched on. They will switch off after a few seconds.

WARNING

Failure to observe illuminated warning lamps and text messages can lead to your vehicle breaking down in traffic, and can cause accident and serious injury.

NOTICE

Failure to observe illuminated indicator lamps and text messages can lead to your vehicle being damaged.
Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following subjects:  → Warning lamp  → Checking the electrolyte level of the vehicle battery  → Charging, replacing, disconnecting an ...

Checking the electrolyte level of the vehicle battery
Fig. 141 In the engine compartment: removing the vehicle battery cover First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsThe electrolyte level of the vehicle battery should ...

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Contact Housings, Repairing Wire Terminals
  Note     For technical reasons, the contact housing for the wire terminals can be supplied only with the contacts pushed in. These contacts can be removed at every other contact housing ...

Overview - Cigarette Lighter -U1-
  Caution Using force to remove cigarette lighter sockets without illumination can result in damage to the mounting sleeve retainers. The Cigarette Lighter Release Tool -T40148- can o ...

Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following subjects:  → Warning and indicator lamps    → Handbrake    → Parking    → Information on the brakes    → Brake support systems    → Switching the TCS on and off    → Brake flu ...

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