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My golf 2001 tdi after 3000 rpm sometimes he cuts the acelerator

Golf cuts rpm at more than 2500

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  • helder carneiro Nov 10, 2008

    thank´s ,but i´ve try this solution and did not work,howhever thank´s.

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Could be a few things. IS the check engine on? Could just be a bad mass air flow sensor. Or a seized wastegate. Yuo can start by trying to unplug the mass air flow sensor. If it runs better it could be just that. Just make sure to remove and clean the lower air filter box change the air filter and the snow screen which is located next to the battery where the air enters. These always are blocked. If it runs ok (not perfect change the mass air flow.

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  • helpyou Nov 14, 2008

    Most probally a bad turbo wategate valve or your turbo wastegate vanes are seizing up. Becomes more complex, and you should see a specialist because you need a scanner to check the valve and the turbo.

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