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I've loss of power problems on my polo golf 1996 model. i've change injector,coil,fuel pump but yet the problem is stil persisting. it'll start after a little drive it will loss power and i try starting immediately it won't until i'll allow for sometime to cool before it'l start and just a little drive it losses power.

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