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2005 transporter turno diesel driving along slow down when

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2005 transporter turno diesel driving along slow down when go to accelerate no acceleration car has been idle for 1 month
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Australia Car
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Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 1 year ago.
Hello and welcome to JustAnswer!
There are quite a few things that could be causing your symptoms. By your description it sounds as if the engine is going into limp in, the engine controller intentionally limiting power because it's seeing a failure in a component.
The issue could be the accelerator pedal position sensor, poor fuel delivery, an electrical issue with an injector, fuel rail pressure sensor, it could be a turbo or boost pressure sensor related problem. Wiring to most engine related components is also a possibility, if a short or open circuit prevents a sensor signal from being seen by the ECM then it can cause limp in.
The first step in diagnosing the problem will be to use a scan tool to see what fault codes are setting in the ECM and go from there.

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