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My Audi has got a problem it is constantly miss firing when am driving especially when taking off. i have changed all plugs and put recomended ones, i have changed oil and petrol fighter and probably the whole service is done. i took it on the machine and was showing air mass and front fun problem. i have changed the airmass but still the problem there. am confused right now please help me what should i do?

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You need to get it onto a diagnostic machine and reset the value in the ecu. Normally a mass air flow meter will make the engine very unresponsive not give a missfire. I would suspect you have a problem with the ignition pack, HT leads or a pick up sensor. Could even be a fuel injector problem. My advice is to get the car hooked up on a VagCom system or a full diagnostic system and see what that tells you..

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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Go to www.audidiy.com or www.audiworld.com (look in their Tech area), and there are full procedures on how to do it (it's the timing belt service). It's not a difficult job really, but you may need to get some specialty tools such as Torx bits to do the job.

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The job is not difficult really. I've done many timing belts on many cars before, so I know what I'm doing overall, but the first time I did an Audi 2.8L V6, it took me a total of 5.5 hours start to finish. Many other cars (like my 300ZX) take that long just to reach the timing belt. As for how these kinds of jobs go, this is a very easy one.

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