Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 01:32:34 +0200
From: "Mark Gerritsma" <usenetnopsamtmfweb.nld>
Subject: Re: '01 9-3 TiD question


Huibuh <no.spamnopsamline.de> schreef: > "Mark Gerritsma" <usenetnopsamtmfweb.nld> schrieb im Newsbeitrag > news:vksagc30j8ne03nopsam.supernews.com... >> When I accellerate hard in the three lowest gears I can feel distinct >> changes in the torque delivery. Like the turbo boost gets to high and >> it starts cutting boost and then adding adding it again, after which >> the whole cycle repeats. >> >> In fourth and fifth I can't feel this anymore. Overal performance is, >> as far as I can tell, exactly as it should be. >> >> Is this normal? If not, what may be causing this? >> > If it is the same feeling as if a "otto-engine" of the old type > (carburator) gets to much fuel (loosing power, coming back again > until it accelerates normal at higher rpm„s it might be the air-mass- > meter. I had a similar problem. My mechanic told me it quits quite > often in the TiD. If you have still warranty you should see your > dealer quickly since the part is not very cheap. Lets hope not, because that was already replaced three weeks ago. With the broken air-mass-sensor all the power was gone. 0 to 100 km/h could be accurately measured with a sun dial so to speak. My problem feels more like the boost getting to high and the motor management over reacting to get it right and not quite succeeding. By the way: today I also felt it in fifth gear. Not as pronounced as in the lower gears, but clearly noticable. Mark

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