Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
2001 beetle 2.0l died out without warning in the middle of a busy intersection. the scanner pulled up misfire codes (p0301, p0302, etc...) & also secondary air inj sys code (p0411) we changed out the plugs, wires, & coil pack after 127,000 + miles of never being changed. the battery was also changed out because the car sat for a liitle over a month. the car started & ran fine around the block. the codes were cleared out & the check engine light never came back on. the charging system tests fine. the car died on the young lady on the road and she had to push it off to the side. the car wouldn't start after dying out. does the car have to go through some sort of "reset" process??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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