VW LUPO – BRAKE VACUUM SUPPLY PIPE CONCERN

Published on 4 August 2018
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VW LUPO ( 01/05/1997 –  31/12/1999) DEFECT:  On Polo and Lupo vehicles in the affected chassis number range tension cracks may occur on the vacuum pipe to the brake servo in the area of the connections of the pipes because of a manufacturing fault. If a vacuum pipe leaks the brake servo loses its function. Without the servo assistance a lot more force must be used on the pedal. But this will not lead to a total failure of the brake system.


Remedy: The fitted vacuum pipes will be checked and if necessary replaced.




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Recall Launch Date 06/07/2002
Recall No R/2002/049
Make VW
Model LUPO
Recall Model Information POLO and LUPO
Manufacturer Ref 47H2
VIN start
VIN end
Build start 01/05/1997
Build end 31/12/1999
Vehicle numbers 120978

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