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Skoda Octavia 1.8 turbo PETROL Auto management light on was intermittent but now permanent drives fine except a few shudders going up steep hill but was low on fuel almost to start of empty red line

It I notice also makes a low alarm type noise around the charcoal filter could this be the problem? I can buy it cheap but concerned I case big problem, what keeps a management light to stay on as no warning Red lights on thank you

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Check faults with scanner, symptoms sound like fuel filter

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