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LIMITED ACCELERATION NOT BEYOUND 110KM/HR ON GEAR 5

On gear 1, when I accelerate to about 20km/hr, The engine Jacks as if there is no more fuel suplly to the engine but as soon as engage gear2, It will contiue untill it gets to about 30km/hr when it does the same. It repeats same in all the gearsup to gear 5. As a result; it does not accelerate beyound 110km/hr. Any attempt to go beyound 110km/hr; it will cut off (jacks) as there no more fuel supply to engine again. As soon as i reduce my feet presure on the accelerator which will eventually lead to drop in speed lower than 110km/hr, it will continue to move but will still not go beyound 110km/hr. before it jacks again and again

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Sounds like you have a faulty mass air flow meter.Change it.hope that was helpfull.

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