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Hi

I have this problem for a few weeks.
And the first thine i chack is the fuel pump.
So i found that is a littel bit weak so i had it replaced.
But the problem isn't solved.
What can be the couse?
Cumshaft sensor ?
I dont have any fualt on the dash.

Thanks
 

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Hi

I have this problem for a few weeks.
And the first thine i chack is the fuel pump.
So i found that is a littel bit weak so i had it replaced.
But the problem isn't solved.
What can be the couse?
Cumshaft sensor ?
I dont have any fualt on the dash.

Thanks
Check your Crankshaft Position Sensor, connections and flexplate. Also worth a look at the throttle position sensor and cable adjustment.
 

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could be fuel mixture is off due to various issues like MAF sensor or vacuum leak so worth checking fuel trims if you have a OBDII reader.

I also had the same thing in another vehicle that was a part blocked Cat, once i removed the O2 sensor before the CAT it reved fine but was loud as hell, Still it was a quick test that proved it was an exhaust blockage
 

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It could be a clogged catalyst. Use a vacuum guage and fan the throttle, if the vacuum drops slowly then it might well be plugged.
 

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Classic crank sensor/ignition timing signal issue.
 

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Last one doing that at my place, had a plugged cat.

Martin
 
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