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My citi golf 1.4 have a problem of pick up an if you accelerate it take a long time to respond.what can be the main cause of this problem.please help me

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SOURCE: What's your problem?vw citi golf 1 tem. gauge not working car dont over heat

It is likely the coolant is not reaching operating temperature, please verify the engine thermostat is working.

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