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My 2001 jetta tdi starts and idles fine, but has no power in acceleration. I replaced the air filter and the mass air flow meter. Problem is not better. What could this be

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Could be the Turbo has gone... that's an expensive replacement but look around the TDI Forums out there... some are able to fix their turbos much cheaper than replacing them

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There is a ****** fuel restriction on the TDI, but I think your vehicle is being starved of fuel. You didn't say if you had replaced he inline filters, if not I can guarentee thats your fault with you vehicle. Our vehicle, that's deisil, never goes below 1/4 of a tank, because it starts to pull the **** out ofe the tank, and that blocks the filters quickly, check them first! Let me know if it

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