Volkswagen Polo 1990-1994-repair, maintenance and operation of the vehicle.
The updated VW Polo range was introduced in November of 1990, with a choice of 1.05 litre (1043 cc) or 1.3 litre (1272 cc) petrol engines, with either single-point or multi-point fuel injection point. During Spring 1991, the G40 model was launched, equipped with a supercharged version of the 1.3 litre engine. Three body shells are available-a three-door hatchback, a two-door saloon and a three-door Coupe.
All engines are derived from the well-proven units which have appeared in previous versions of the VW Polo. The engine is of an overhead camshaft design fourcylinder, mounted transversely, with the transmission mounted on the left-hand side. All models have a four or five-speed manual transmission.
Your Polo manual All models have fully-independent front suspension and closely monitor employ coilover-damper struts, lower transverse arms and an anti-roll bar. The rear suspension is semi-independent, utilising coil-over damper struts and incorporating trailing arms located by a torsion beam axle. A rear anti roll bar is fitted to certain models.

Introduction Page 4
Safety first! Page 5
Roadside repairs
Introduction Page, 0.6
If your car won't start Page 0.6
Jump starting Page 0.7
Wheel changing
Identifying leaks
Page 0.8
Page 0.9
Page 0.9

Release date: 1994
Number of pages: 182

Language: English

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