Pulling Power problem Please help me

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Please could someone help

I blew a turbo last week, had a new one fitted

now when i pull away it revs to 3000rpm then stops then goes again

all pipes are fine mercedes have had it on the computer and found a speed sensor was faulty however after clearing all faults its ok now apparently

does anyone have any ideas

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Un plug the MAF and try the car
 
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Hi television
Thanks for your help again and again

Please could you tell me what the maf is and how I unplug it and what it does please mate

Thanks again I was hoping you reply if anyone who's you will
 

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I need to know what car you have please
 
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Hello malcolm

its a e220 cdi 2004

i took it to an indi today who said change the gear oil so i have put it in to be done he said if that dont work then the gearbox is faulty
if thats the case i will leave it until july when the car will be given back to the finance company

i dont think the gear oil is responsible for the reving to 3000 rpm then stopping then going again what are you thinking that could be??

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Hi malcolm
sorry but that doesnt look like my car
is it the plug that goes onto the air flow meter?

My brother has the same car i could try his if thats what you mean.

Thanks for saying it cant be my gearbox that has made me feel better.

If unplugging this resolves the rev problem what does it mean ?

sorry to be a pain but thanks again
 

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Sorry I made a mess up, yes it is the plug on the air flow meter
 


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