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My p38 dse(1996) has become very slugish, ive checked the turbo pipes and all are like new. the car will rev up perfect wen stationery in park and all turbo pipes pressurise, but when driving the car is guttless and dont seem to kick down when i floor it. ive also had the car scanned and no fault codes were present. any ideas??

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