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Hesitation when initially accelerating (bogging down)

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Old May 22nd, 2019, 12:44   #1
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Default Hesitation when initially accelerating (bogging down)

Just bought a 2006 D5 and it runs lovely. There are clearly some common issues (engine mounts are shagged and causing vibration at idle) but i'm trying to work out why the car seems to hesitate when accelerating. It feels like it is bogging down slightly.

The car shows no dash warnings, but as yet I have not scanned for any codes.

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