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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Working on Airbag System

  WARNING
When working on the airbag system (pyrotechnic components, Airbag Control Module -J234-, wiring), the ground cable must be disconnected with the ignition switched on.
Exceptions: On vehicles with a battery in the passenger compartment, the ignition must be switched off.
Then cover the negative terminal.
After disconnecting the battery, a wait time of 10 seconds is required.
The battery must be connected with the ignition switched on.
There must be no one inside the vehicle when connecting the battery.
Make sure in this case to keep oneself away from the airbag deployment and belt tensioner zones.
If the ignition is not switched on after reconnecting the battery (the indicator lamps in the instrument cluster do not illuminate), the ignition (key/button) may only be switched on while sitting in the driver's seat in the rearmost position.
   
Battery Safety Label
Battery Safety Label 1. -  When working in the area of batteries, fire, sparks, open flame and smoking are prohibited. Avoid sparks wh ...

Battery Post/Terminal
  WARNING Risk of injury. Follow all Warnings and Safety Precautions. Refer to → Chapter „Warnings and ...

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Laws and Regulations
  Note The laws and regulations listed below are applicable in Germany. Different or additional laws and regulations may apply in other countries. Addresses in other countries can be obtained from the relevant au ...

Locking and unlocking the vehicle from the outside
Fig. 23 Buttons on the vehicle key Fig. 24 Mechanical vehicle key First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Function Buttons to be used in the vehicle key Action to be followed with key in the lock cylinder or Unlockin ...

Electrically Driven A/C Compressor, Flushing
Vehicles with a high voltage system Observe all of the additional warnings for all work performed on vehicles with the high voltage system. Refer to → Electrical Equipment; Rep. Gr.93.   ...

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