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My vw jetta4 1.6 is not pulling properly. Especially on the hills, it is jacking like there is no petrol.

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Actually a 2.8 diesel should be fairly weak on hills, especially if this is an automatic transmission.
You could check the fuel filter, or change to lower profile tires that give more power, but really turbo charging is the best way to really get lots of power out of such a small diesel.
Diesels not only have less hp then petrol engines, but also a narrower torque range.

http://www.turboglide.com.au/turbochargers/3ltrhilux.htm

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