2011 Volkswagen Polo
Catalytic Converter, Alignment, & EPC too

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ANDYL3004
Driver
1 points

Problem added: Aug 8, 2017 (3 years ago)
2011 Polo owned from new, petrol, local commuting only. On way home warning lights started - the wheel alignment/traction (?) (Yellow) and Catalytic Converter (Yellow) came on together. I thought Id get home so kept going about ten miles. In last two mile EPC (Yellow) came on and the power was severely limited to the acceleration - it was chugging. I turned off the engine and turned it back on. the EPC remained off but the other two came on. The power was back though so I made it home but just before i got home the EPC came on again and limited the power again. Any ideas?

Car details
Car: Volkswagen Polo
Model Year: 2011
Category: Running Rough, Starting & Power Loss
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1/4drive
Legend
1,890 points

Aug 8, 2017 (3 years ago)
Get it scanned for stored fault codes,
It's useless to speculate until then.
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Kane425
Driver
6 points

Aug 12, 2017 (3 years ago)
Hi andy.. ive a polo 2010 and me too i have the same problem. .. sometimes the Power steering goes off while driving for no reasons. . Have to turn off and restart the engine again...
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