I have an Audi 80 2.0E late 1993 Was driving along fine, good performance etc. Stopped for 1/2hour and when restarted, was like a bag of spanners with no power. Accelerator not working even from lever on top of injectors. Gradually petered out. have replaced Air mass meter, and the inlet solenoid on top of engine. No change.
Never had problems with this car before help
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This could be stuck in what is sometimes called "limp Home Mode"
I have found a common problem is the earth wire from body to engine has stopped making a good contact so take lead off and make sure both ends are clean from dirt oil etc and make a good connection on surfaces with a wire brush or sand paper and reattach
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you have a very late burn, Late ignition timing, and or bad valve timing. Opens too early and burning continues after the valve has opened. Have you had someone work on the car recently? Take it back! Your fuel may also be very rich. Or you driving a race course, and your mechanics set it up for best performance.
1993 Audi 90 2.8L SFI 6cyl - Thermostat: is located on the front of the motor under
the timing cover, behind the timing belt. Usually this is replaced
along with the timing belt job and the water pump.
If you follow the radiator hose up from the radiator on the right side it's up where it goes into/behind the cover.
I hope helps with this (remember arted this help) Good luck.
if you want to talk with me i'll give you my email: firstname.lastname@example.org hello pal I have an audi with an engine like yours. I have some suggestion: if you have replaced the airflow meter or the coil of the sparkle's distribution of electric current (the need to be clean, try to clean the fuel tank, clean the injectors and the fuel hoses of fuel! have you seen your sparkles maybe they are not very reliable? greetings from Albania