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1995 VW Passat is giving me problems starting, at times.

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    Same. When I turn the ignition, it stutters for a about 10s before starting??? What's going on? This car was just in the shop for other issues now this?

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The 2 bolts that secure the ignition switch to the steering shaft came loose causeing it to have a delay when starting..it would sound liek it was clicking ..but fist check that before installing a new switch..u can get it from your local pepboys, advaced auto parts for like 15-20 dollars rather than the dealer...ok hope thsi helps

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