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ESP FAULTY my car has wont start ESP Brakes displayin in the das the changed the speed sensor and ECU still no change could there be a cable fault

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Will be a good IDEA to RUN the scanner/computer for easy diagnostic and fix it. The electronic now in vehicles is very complicated. Do not waste time+money.
However if you want to go www.autoelectronico. com and translate this amazing website, with your browser and try to fix it.
God bless you

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possible air flow meter,or vains sticking in turbo (if its a pd engine)check your air flow rate on vag tool,should be between 12 - 14 kg/hr or 2-4 g/s

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it sounds more like bad glow plugs. these heat the air in the cylinders to aide in cold starts and are controled by a temp sencing unit. with a volt meter or if your car is equiped with a gauge turn the ignition on. there should be a very noticable drop in your voltage. if not your glow plugs are probibly bad.

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