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Got a problem with the above which begins when the car is reaching operating temperature.

First up, stalling at traffic lights etc (it's an auto box). It restarts but then starts losing power. Will start again but won't rev for a little while - then drives normally for a short will, then loses power again/stalls.

Engine is not overheating and no warning lights are coming on.

As I understand it there are 2 exhaust temperature sensors, one by the turbo and another on the DPF and I suspect one of the is dodgy. Is it possible to just disconnect them in turn to see if it fixes it or will that just trigger 'limp' mode anyway?

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Thanks for that Gerard.

Got it put on the M/C at a Halfords auto ctr.

They could find no codes indicating any engine or sensor problems. One of their mechanics also test drove it when it was warmed up and they had problems too. Stalling, engine refusing to rev or reving but no real progress. Engine management light does not come on and no code indicate engine, sensor or engine management problems. They came to the conclusion that the problem is not the engine but the automatic gearbox playing up.

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