Your computer or Module is faulty.
A faulty fuel pump could do that or a faulty timing belt (if equipped) could also do that. If it is a Ford, it could be the ignition module too.
faulty drl module Check the fuse.The fuse may be blown
No, it would cause the "low oil" light to come on.
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
check your fuel pump, alot of magnas had faulty fuel pumps and due to your car stalling and splattering would be due to the fuel pump.
Even though this problem can be caused by many things, here are a few possibilities; 1. Bad ignition control module 2. bad crankshaft position sensor 3. fuel pump is going bad and/or clogged fuel filter 4. faulty electronic control module(ecm/computer)-more than likely not this but still a possibility
Low freon charge and faulty CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module).
Either the coil is bad or the ignition control module is bad.I would think the coil is faulty.
A faulty IAC will cause stalling problems at idle. Most of the time if you hold the gas pedal down it will run fine. Be careful because these symptoms can come from an EGR valve that is stuck open aswell. If you have a fast idle i would look for a intake leak.
That would depend on the year of your Passat. What year is it?1997
doubt that a t-stat would cause a car to shut down and restart when cold check for an ignition module proublem
My 2006 VW Passat has electronic emergency brake. It was already broken down twice. It would not release. The second time they had to replace the caliper and module an this repair cost me $1700. I'm in the market for a new car and will NEVER purchase a car that has an electronic emergency brake design.
Carl Stalling was born on November 10, 1891 and died on November 29, 1972. Carl Stalling would have been 81 years old at the time of death or 123 years old today.
You must run the OBD codes to find out for sure, but sounds like a faulty ignition module or a plugged fuel filter
The module in the dash is for the turn signals and hazard flashers. It is the flasher unit for both so since this occurs when using either system i suspect the module itself is faulty..it is a common part that fails on these.
A few problems you would expect with a used Volkswagen Passat are problems with the fuel system, braking system, and engine.
It could.It could.
A faulty fan motor, A faulty fan motor relay, A faulty coolant temp sensor, A faulty ECM, (most unlikely),
Usually if the pickup goes it won't start. Year, Make, Model, Engine size would help here. Module & coil are popular also. When does it stall? Hot? cold? Idle?
A faulty pump, a faulty switch, a faulty release valve on the drain pipe.
Certain codes would lead to a bad ABS module.
either a blown fuse or bad wiring and even possibly a bad control module or a partially faulty one too.
It can if its dirty enough. Spend ten bucks and replace it to see if your stalling goes away. Replaced mine today and its purrin.