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VW Polo catalytic converter

Asked by Susan Kelly

I had to replace the catalytic converter on my 2005 VW Polo in 2007, but I have had the car back a few times because it still played up. It is playing up again and I have been told I need a new catalytic converter. Will I have to pay the full cost of replacement?

Answered by CarsGuide

6 Oct 2011 Graham Smith

Unless you can show that the cat converter fitted in 2007 was in some way faulty I would think you would have to pay the full cost of a replacement now. The Polo is out of warranty, so I would suggest you consult an independent VW specialist who would likely be able to supply a cheaper converter.

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