Hello, I have a vw polo 1.0e (51 plate) EPC light and Engine management light is on, recently had an oil and oil filter changed... When I put the clutch down the engine drops down to about 5000 revs

Asked by Jul 24, 2014 at 08:00 PM about the 2001 Volkswagen Polo

Question type: Maintenance & repair

3 Answers

sorry don't quite understand the problem. the revs go down when you press the clutch pedal? for the lights you need to read the codes with a proper code reader with that info i can help you more.

Hi Hector, basically it stalls when stopping at lights, I've changed the spark plugs now and the ignition lead cause they were worn... But it's saying on the code reader manifold pressure too high, I'm thinking MAP sensor at the moment?

It did also read misfire, but since changing the leads and plugs it's stopped

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