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Old 5th November 2017, 18:57   #3991
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My 2015 polo Tsi's blaupunkt HU is receiving this error since yesterday and is refusing to start. Anyone else using the same HU can tell what is this and how to resolve it ?

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I do not know about the error but did you try resetting it. There should be small pin hole on the top RHS corner. Use a pin and reset the instrument.

I had a different problem and it got resolved doing this.

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I do not know about the error but did you try resetting it. There should be small pin hole on the top RHS corner. Use a pin and reset the instrument.

I had a different problem and it got resolved doing this.

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The pin is on the left side of the HU i guess. Will try this method and update.
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Old 5th November 2017, 19:36   #3993
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Hi Epic, your car looks really nice with these new mods.
I had been contemplating about Xenonplanet for long time. But after reading not so nice feedbacks from fellow team-bhp members, had to look for some other options(like morimoto). Unfortunately, I could not find a good installer(for morimoto) in Bangalore.

Have heard that Xenonplanet does not have right connectors. Do they have connectors now. Can you please share your experience with Xenonplanet? It would be great if you could share some photos of the engine bay.

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My experience with XP has been a little below average. Their products are good, but their installer isn't that great at least in Mumbai. I had to get my headlights opened thrice because of a wire shorting issue in the projectors and this was purely an error by the installer.

Yes, they do not have the connectors and so I invested in a Morimoto HID wiring kit.



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Where did you get the wheels done from?
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Got the rims from Saifee Tires at Santacruz West in Mumbai.
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Old 9th November 2017, 16:13   #3994
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I do not know about the error but did you try resetting it. There should be small pin hole on the top RHS corner. Use a pin and reset the instrument.

I had a different problem and it got resolved doing this.

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Hey it worked, thanks for the solution mate.
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Hello All,

I would need your help with a certain thing in my polo.

I am observing a certain whistling sound while turning at speeds of around 15 kmph. We have different levels of parking at office and in the evening while taking the car out from one level to the other, the turn is inviting and so i don't slow down(from 15kmph). It is here that i clearly hear the whistling sound and this is similar to the sound of the wind at an elevated place. This happens every evening. I managed to hear this a couple of times at places where it is quiet.

Could someone tell me what is wrong?

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After my first service, I see that the trip meter that records the time doesn't count the time when the engine is switched off. It only records the On time of the engine.
Have any of you observed this? Is it normal?
I was of the impression the car the trip meter's 1 would record the engine off time also and it is used in the average speed calculation.
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It only records the On time of the engine.
Have any of you observed this? Is it normal?
That is how it has been since the launch of Polo/Vento in India.
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Also got the car detailed with a ceramic coat so here she is.....


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Hi Epic,

Plastic parts in this picture are shining, does the dressing used on these parts act as magnet for dust?

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Plastic parts in this picture are shining, does the dressing used on these parts act as magnet for dust?

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I have not had any issues of dust accumulating on the plastic parts. But then, my car is thoroughly washed every alternate day which includes cleaning of the plastic parts like front mesh grills, etc so cant say really. But I do believe that detailers have a common spray which they use for tires and plastic parts which do tend to attract dust.
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