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I just found and online resource in Czech (translated to English by Google). It says: "Seats are just like the Ford Galaxy and S-MAX can not be removed from the car, but fold into the floor."
check your mass air flow sensor(MAF). It monitors the amount of air entering the engine. They often get dirty or simply begin to fail and the ecm can't correctly adjust the air/fuel ratio causing it to go into a limp mode in hopes of protecting the engine. Cleaning the throttle body wouldn't be a terrible idea either
There are only three things that will reasonably cause this problem... (the fourth is very expensive... and very sad) The engine is not getting enough air The engine is not getting enough fuel The engine is not burning the air and fuel it has (Technically, there could also be something physically causing a very high load to be added to the engine's ...
In the end, the VW dealer ended up having it over a week. Initially they thought there was a parasitic leak because they had put a new battery in my car and nothing happened for a few days but then one morning the lights were on. They did some more research and ended up finding out that there was moisture in my dash that was causing the lights to trip, ...
I had a vehicle once that would barely make it up hills and also wouldn't go more than 40 MPH or so. The vehicle was much older (1980's), though. The problem ended up being that 2 of the 4 cylinders weren't working due to the spark plug wires had gotten old and weren't transferring the charge from the plugs to the cylinders. While this is a possibility ...
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