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Powerloss problem I have an audi A6 2.5tdi quattro 180bhp and have a power loss problem when I accelerate to quickly. I have changed the mass air flow sensor, however problem persists.

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Could be the sensors under the dash on the pedals ,this is not a diy job but i would recomend dealer only

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