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A3 2.0 TDI seems to be a problem with my turbo i have no acceleration power...I was driving on motorway 70 miles per hour felt sensation almost like air being sucked into the engine...car still drives has no acceleration power and no engine warning lights? please can you help ...thank you...

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I would check your fuel filter first and replace that.

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