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    Posted: 19 Mar 2018 at 11:11am
Hi Guys, yesterday I have pushed my car and when I switching between 4 -> 5 gear at 4000/4500 rpm more or less, when I switch to 5ª gear my car getting struggle. 
It was need release and push pedal to get acceleration again and not passing more then 170km/h.
One thing I noticed was that even with the pedal pushed, the on-board computer had lower instant fuel consumption.
Anyone knows something about that?

I already replace CO2 valve, all filters and continue.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote timeshock! Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Mar 2018 at 5:11pm
Sounds like limp mode due to overboosting the turbo, do you have the engine management light on?
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Hello Timeshock, sorry the delay Tongue

I' back because we already don't know whats is this problem.
Yesterday we connect the car at the machine to see if exist any problem, and no exist.

Answering your question, I don't have EML ON.
What is the limp mode like you said?
How we can check if is that or not?

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Hi, I am just struggling with your post a bit, when I replied earlier I though you were implying that you could not get those revs any longer with corresponding speed decrease. Re- reading you are still getting 170km/hr (why are your doing those speeds?) and revs are still getting up to 4500, is that correct?
What are you expecting or what do you normally get? is this a manual or auto transmission? it is 6 speed?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote joaopenas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Sep 2018 at 4:01pm
Hello,

Forget the speed I mentioned.
The car have 6speeds/ manual transmission.

I feel my car lost power.
Basically, when I press pedal hard, I feel that my car are getting speed slowly and sometimes, I feel that car is getting hiccups.
Those hiccups happens fequently in 5 gear between the 4000-4500 rotations.

I haven't any error on ECU, atleast in program we use.
I never got read/reset ecu using the procedure there are in forum.

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Try looking for a leak on the turbo hoses, check the main battery earths to the transmission and chassis ensuring good solid connections with no breaks
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