Low power under 2800rpm -update-
Hey guys, sorry to keep you waiting for a little longer about this update.
Okay, so my car had low power issues below 2800rpm or so, and would struggle even more when cold. However, the fix to this solution was pretty unusual, or so i think at least. I did some more research about the 156 2.0L, and on some other forum i read about the ecu having maps for the engine? I didn't even know this, but they said basically that the car will switch to a more economic map if say you only go to work everyday and don't put your foot down. This reduces the power. On the other hand, if you take your car to the track everyday or so, it will learn it's on a race track and eventually switch to a high performance map. I think most of you knew this already, but i just didn't and/or i hope i'm making sense.
Because my car had become so low on power i had to press my foot down more often to get some power out of it, and after some high rev driving later which was over the span of 3 days or so the car is almost back to normal, if not completely. What i need to do now is to take it to a track, reset the ecu and give it a proper drive. Reason for not doing an ecu reset in the first place was because there's isn't anywhere on the streets i'd like to drive like a cat on fire.
I'm still waiting for my alfadiag cable to arrive too, the postal strike we had really slowed things down for the supplier, but when i connect it to the laptop i'll see if there are any error codes now that i bought everything.
I hope what i said makes sense, and as always thank you guys for the support you've given me. Cheers!