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I sometime start my car & drive it for a min. It cut off like it's out of gas. Then it starts up again & runs good for the rest of the trip. Then I start it again & drives it for 3 min . Cuts off again, This time I have to wait 15 min and it will start and run ok. What seems to be the problem?
Someone will need to check it over when it fails to start. You need to know if it is not getting fuel to the injectors or spark to the plugs.
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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Your coolant system aint heating up like it should. Its your thermostat. You need to change it. its broke. There are four parts to your thermostat. You need to make sure that you get all four parts out. A thermostat costs about five bucks. Its an engine temp. regulator. If its broke your engine wont warm up at all. If it seizes shut, your engine will overheat. Your thermostat is broke. I Have the exact same car that I have been repairing for the last three months.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
If it is a diesel it might be the same issue as I also had with mine. What VW does not do well is tell you in their TDI diesels you need to use a 505.01 approved oil otherwise your camshaft lobes will be rounded off to circles and not tear drop shape like they normally are. Most lube places don't have the correct oil that is approved by VW and it leaded to the premature engine wear. I have 88K on mine and they said the engine if blown and sounds like the turbo is going out also. You might get a diag. at a VW shop to see if that is it! Hope you find the problem!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
honestly, I've not seen an alfa romeo here in the philippines but i think you problem is partly electrical and the electronic side of the car. something on your car is heating up so much that it cuts the power to the ignition once it has. it is a possibility that a damaged ignition coil or a faulty computer box(if your car has one) or the control system that regulates the spark distribution system or the injectors(if your car is fuel injected type).
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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