I have been experiencing a serious loss of power when the engine is hot, to the point where it is dangerous to drive.. Not an issue I had in the past. I have the SID display on so I can check that the IOFF is way high (-150 to -200) even when the intake temperature (Tair) is still pretty low ie 40C; those two items can be seen in SID display mode 7 (#5 and 6).
Most of the sensors are new, the DIC is from 2007 (I tried another one too) , the TD04 turbo has roughly 15K , I tried 2 Air Mass sensors and I can't find any pressure loss in the whole intake (tested per WIS procuedre).
Any idea as to what could be wrong: fuel system, other, has anyone run into the same issue (I remember a post pointing to the brake booster but I don't seem to have an issue braking; I can't get the logic of the b.booster being responsible for power loss only when the engine is hot)
I'd really appreciate any help because as I said, it is quite dangerous to drive due to the super slow acceleration.
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- power loss when hot - need expert help please, POB, Thu, 21 Jun 2012 16:47:58
- Re: power loss when hot - need expert help please, Dean, Sat, 23 Jun 2012 08:30:04
- Fuel Octane?, JustinHiFi , Fri, 22 Jun 2012 10:10:36
- Re: power loss when hot - need expert help please, David B, Fri, 22 Jun 2012 09:41:05
- Pull fuse 17 for 30 seconds. nm, Norm95, Fri, 22 Jun 2012 06:13:25
- Re: power loss when hot - need expert help please, Vlad from Torono, Thu, 21 Jun 2012 19:23:53
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