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Audi 80 year 88 1.6 td, loss of power after 3o ish km

Audi 80 year 88 1.6 td, car runs fine for 20 or 30 miles then just dies,like fuel starvation but emptied the tank and cleaned the fuel lines put a new injection pump on it filters,car has just had a total service oil filters plugs etc?i am lost hav had 3 mekanicks look at it no 1 one can help why dos it always happen to me.help plz

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