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    52 Plate 1.8LS running a bit lumppy in low revs. Any ideas could it just be that it needs a good service?

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    A good service and a can of carb cleaner should do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by beat275 View Post
    A good service and a can of carb cleaner should do the trick

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    It feels when I put my foot down in second gear it chugs for the first couple of seconds then its smooth. How do you use the carb cleaner?

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    Use it to clean the throttle body out and spray a bit down the air intake after the Maf. Better if you have someone with you to do this. 1 on the throttle and the other spraying

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    This sounds like my motor at the minute, seems to miss a bit when I accelerate and when I look at the rpm's it is always at 1500. Mine is a 1.9 CDTI though, would this be a solution for me also?
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