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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1st before you drive the car make sure the coolant level is ok,check oil. If the smoke coming out the muffler is white you could have a bad intake gasket or head gasket, check to see if there is coolant in oil, if the oil looks like chocolate milk you have an internal coolant leak. The lights are probably telling you your engine is overheating and low on coolant.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
chances are fairly good it's the coils - I've posted about this on Edmunds. the OEM design is truely idiotic & has a vent that allows moisture down into the plug well - that shorts the spark & causes misfires. On our 2004 MPV I got away w/cleaning & drying them extremely carefully then sealing the vent w/silicone as a temp measure, then ordered perfect replacement after-market coils off ebay that sealed the wells & stopped the problem -and- were a tiny fraction of the OEM price. good luck, BK
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
If you put your foot on the brake and your car stalls, that is a symptom of your brake booster going bad.
For it stalling on the freeway that could be a few different things, Idle Air Control Valve, the Mass air flow sensor
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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