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Vw golf mk4 2.0

My vw golf wont rev over 4000 revs and has trouble gathering speed any ideas please ?

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Invest in a decent 'vagcom' diagnostic reader off eBay! This may help find any problems caused by the cars computer...
Other than that, how old is your golf? And when was the last service

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If the check engine light is on look at the faults. It could be a defective cam sensor, the timing belt might not be in the place, or a defective mass air flow sensor.

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