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98 slk 230 komppressor revs smooth through to 3000 revs then stutters as if its hitting a rev limiter and won't rev anymore, i have been told it may be an air intake issue can you help?

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It going into limp mode the most common problem is the air mass sensor it sends message to your ecu this is why it wont rev past 3000 the sensor is in the airfilter and intake pipe hope this helps

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