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I have an Audi 80 2.0E late 1993 Wa driving

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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I would check the fuel filter if you haven't already done so.

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if you want to talk with me i'll give you my email: saimihydi@gmail.com
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

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