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  1. Golf Plus 1.9 TDi Heavy juddering 
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    Hi
    I am hoping all you experienced people out there can help me. I have a Golf Plus MK5 1.9 TDi. When I have accelerated up to 70 mph and the car has reached it's running temperature on the motorway after about 20mins if I try to accelerate with my foot to the floor the car starts to Judder really bad and there is hardly any power. If I accelerate slowly the judder is not so bad and the car will speed up but slowly. Once off the motorway the car will judder going up the gears from 3rd. 1st & 2nd are fine. Help Please
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  2. Re: Golf Plus 1.9 TDi Heavy juddering 
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    Have you had the car scanned for faults? I take it the engine light doesn’t come on?
     
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    As mentioned, really need a scan as it could be injectors, fuel pump, EGR, DMF or split hoses. Too many things it could be. Check the engine bay for any split hoses. Unplug the MAF and see if that makes a difference. Is the car manual or auto? Any new noise from the engine bay? Clutch ok?
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    Don't unplug the Air Mass Meter (AKA MAF) until a code read has been done or it will store a false code. The problem sound like fuel starvation.
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