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Just bought vw beetle 54 plate 1.8 20v turbo. between 1000 & 2000 rpm any gear except 1st gear hesitates quite bad then clears once rev's pick up. any temperature. Above 2000 rpm no problem but also idle fluxtuates by about 150 rpm again any temp but gets worse when warmed up.

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It could be the maf sensor,the coolant temp sensor or the throttle body.you will need to have a suitable diagnostic machine connected to read what trouble codes are in the ecu.

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