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Im driving a Isuzu KB300LX 2006 model. The bakkie only reach 3000rpm and refuse to go higher. I've replaced the turbo as well as the airfowmeter. What could be the problem. Please help.

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This engine is computer controlled but you make no mention of any fault code testing, also what about fuel pressure and is the exhaust system clogging up with carbon?

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