300tdi as blowen the turbo is it a big job to replace
I was driving a few hours and suddenly started to loose power so i pulled in and the jeep started to rev to its max,i couldn'd switch it off so i had to stall it.this is my sisters address as i dont hav one.
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Hi,if you want to make sure its your airflow meter,get a buddy with the same car and just test his in your car..(A.F.M is situated on the left,behind your battery is the filter box,the pipe connecting to the box is where it sits)
It sounds like you have some **** in the gas tank that is being drawn to the pickup blocking it.
Have seen this and because it seems so random, it can drive ya nuts.
You might carry a coffee can with you and pull the line from the fuel rail when this happens stick it in the can and just have someone turn the key on for a few seconds.
Beware though, it comes out with force.
Also possible is a failed fuel pressure regulator.
Those aren't expensive and . . . well, not very good either.
when you replace your ignition coil is it the right one spec from factory? Also when ever you replace a coil it is good practice to replace leads and spark plugs at the same time and test rotor and cap as these parts if worn or damaged will put your coil under extra load making its life shorter.