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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Contents

Fig. 162 Contents of the vehicle toolkit

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The content of the vehicle toolkit depends on the vehicle equipment level. The following describes the maximum scope.

The vehicle toolkit contains the following

  1. Screwdriver with hexagon socket in the handle for slackened wheel bolts. The screwdriver blade (Torx) is reversible.
  2. Adapter for the anti-theft wheel bolts. Volkswagen recommends that you carry the wheel bolt adapter in the vehicle toolkit at all times. The code number of the anti-theft wheel bolt is stamped on the front of the adapter. You will need this number to replace the adapter if lost. Make a note of the code number for the anti-theft wheel bolt and keep it in a safe place – but not inside the vehicle.
  3. Removable towing eye.
  4. Wire hook for pulling off the wheel covers and wheel bolt caps.
  5. Vehicle jack. Before you return the vehicle jack to the toolbox, fully wind in the claw. To stow the vehicle jack securely the crank lever must be braced against the side of the jack.
  6. Box spanner for wheel bolts.
Stowage
Fig. 161 In the luggage compartment underneath the floor covering A: Spare wheel and vehicle toolkit without ball coupling, B: Spare wheel and vehicle toolkit with ball coupling, C: Spare wheel ...

Hubcaps
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Other materials:

Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following subjects:  → Opening and closing the electric panorama sliding/tilting glass roof  → Electric panorama sliding/tilting glass roof – function  → Roll-back function of the electric panorama sliding/tilting glass roof Ad ...

Headlight range control, instrument and switch lighting
Fig. 69 Next to the steering wheel: control for instrument and switch lighting ① and headlight range control ② First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings ① Instrument and switch lighting When the headlights are switched on, the brightness of the instrument ...

Attaching child seat with lower anchoring points (ISOFIX)
Fig. 64 On vehicle seat: different markings identifying the lower anchoring points for child seats First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings 2 retaining rings, also known as lower anchoring points, are fitted to each outer rear seat. Overview of installation ...

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