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@Gtirchris wrote:Hmm, you would expect it to stutter if it was a fueling issue, but having said that it could well be a dodgy pump, especially if it has been sat for a few years as the pump may have corroded internally, try a new pump and filter, easy and most likely things first and all that mate.
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I've put known working one on (was on my car for 6 months) I'll see car again Saturday I'm gonna put boost gauge on it and drive around till it'll plays up...@GTI-R US wrote:Dodgy maf
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To be honest that's what happening apparently, but would this stop after 5 min of cool down?? So basicly I need to check resistance on sensor at it should be more than 5.58 M ohm@GTI-R US wrote:Knock sensor won't cause car to splutter and die at 3k but it will drop boost to around .6 bar and pull around 2 degrees out of ignition from mid range to wot which will cause the car to feel sluggish and gutless.
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