it could be a bad lock up torque converter(if equiped with it). vehicle dies when coming to a stop.
Sounds like your electronic control module is going bad
it is propaly you fuel pump i had the same problem
It could be the fuel pump.
Battery, Alternator, Gas?, Spark plugs, loss of pressure in the enguine? is the car turning over at all? does it want to start? Does it do anything when you turn the key?
possible ignition modual, what is your fuel presure, does car restart immediatly or after it sits for a while Possibly clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump.
Could be a fuel delivery problem, start with replacing the fuel filter.
Could be a transmission problem, assuming an automatic transmission.
I experienced this same problem before too. The security system could be the problem. The imobaliser shuts of the car if it thinks there is a problem with the ignition(if it was hotwired).
Start with a new fuel filter since it is relatively cheap, then check the fuel pump if the problem persists. Actually, the problem was with the Distributor Stator.
clogged fuel filter
If your 1997 Passat dies sometimes, you might have an issue with the alternator not charging the battery. You could also have a problem with the distributor or the coil.
I'm currently dealing with the same problem, and I've narrowed it down to the map sensor. It resets when you restart the car. Easy replacement, it's a small black box located after the intake air filter on the metal pipe, just held there by 2 screws.
Had same problem and changed the ignitionmodule, problem solved and runs great
then your game is over and you then have to restart another family.
you dont get another one you have to restart the land
Ignition switch is going bad. Will have to replace it. Because eventually the truck will not restart at all.
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I have a 93 GMC Safari and when I have that problem, it has always been the gas that got. Once the fuel injectors needed to be replaced. Have your fuel injectors checked. My van does it every time I use any gas other than Amoco.
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Change the cam sensor
I have a 99 suburban and the battery cables can become loose. You have to clean and tighten them regularly. It has happened to me a lot. It is a design fail on gmc's part.
You restart the game. There is a button on the back of the thing, push it and it will reset, allowing you to get a new one.
Try the fuel pump, it may need to be replaced.
The answer is obvious. The battery is dead and will not turn the engine over.