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    My 2.0 DTI wont rev past 2500 and plugging in the tech2 revealed a airflow meter fault.
    I've replaced this today but still have the problem. Does anyone know if the fault requires resetting before the car will come out of 'limp home mode'?
    Any ideas welcome.

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    Dave

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    the car will need a few (about 20 iirc)clean starts to remove the recorded fault or if you have the radio pass - you could disconnect the battery for 10-15 minutes to clear it out - but you would also loose fuel average settings and trip etc...

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    Will disconnect the battery tomorrow morning. Thanks for the advice.

    Dave

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    If the EM light is till on and the engine still in limp mode, then the problem hasn't been solved!

    If it had, the EM light would be off, but the code would still be stored as a 'Not present' fault. It would clear automatically after a number of fault-free ignition on/off cycles, as mentioned by another person.

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    Engine : 1900 cdti 150

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    if you had tc of po100 this could be brought on by a split turbo hose have a look at pipe from turbo to intercooler the one on top of engine under cover feel around even under pipe common to split also check pipe to throttle housing ..

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