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Engine Problem VW TDI?

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A Volswagon TDI car contains an engine that uses diesel fuel instead of gasoline. These cars are seen more often in other countries such as Germany versus the USA. Many times, problems with the VW TDI occur because the diesel that is being used is not clean burning. Just like low-grade gasoline, this can cause a buildup of material to become stuck inside of the cylinder. This causes valve blockages which inhibit the performance of the car's speed.
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Sam thing. A good question! I have the same car and the same thing happened to me last night. The computer may as well flashed up ££££ any answers would be
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Error code P3130 trouble code in a VW means EGR
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Yup, that baby is not even broke in yet, take extra care of the coolant & oil, or you Will be doing a head gasket change soon. Also take an extra few minutes to warm it up and
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Diesels are inherently built much stronger than a gas engine because of their high compression ratio and can typically last 2-300,000 miles or more before a major overhaul or teardown
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