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The Problem can be with the engine not getting enough ventilation. Problem: In your car the ECU is programmed to raise the rpm when it detects a stall or the RPM dropping down so if there is problem with your air filter which is not allowing much air into the engine and causing a stall but not noticeable your ECU will fight it to keep it in working ...


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If it were my car, I'd siphon out the entire contents of my gas tank and fill up with unleaded. The worst thing that could have happened is that your catalytic converter(s) are really dirty. To remedy that, after you've filled up with unleaded, go for a Fast and Furious drive to get the cats good and hot so they burn off all the icky stuff. Don't worry about ...


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In addition to the other reasons mentioned by maplemale, I would add the following: Cost - Depending on the car, price may be a more important factor for the manufacturer and the buyer than the marginal power gains from a turbo charger. It's not just the parts price that increases, it's also an increase in design cost. Space - Turbos require plenty of ...


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I'm not sure how the Mahindra fires, but would suggest that your glow plugs are bad in your diesel engine. I'm not sure about the water, though. This could be an internal leak, but could also just be the byproduct of combustion.


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Two things to check: The TPS (throttle position sensor) or a bad ground to that sensor. It could also be your engine temperature sensor which I believe is located near the thermostat on that vehicle. With colder engine temps, the computer will increase fuel. If your sensor is giving off erratic readings that could cause it to jump in RPMs like that Best ...



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