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96VW jetta stalls out when warm

My 96 Jetta GL 2.0 gas will stall out and refuse to start. It will crank, but no spark from the coil. Plugs, wires, rotor, cap and coil are all new. Both the new and old coils will start up cold , but motor dies as soon as it warms up, and no more spark. Fuel filter is new as well, and fuel is getting to plugs. What next?

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Change the crank censer.

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Have you checked for spark. Where did you get the coil? I have found that aftermarket coils do not work on these only the factory ones. I can't explain it. But I have one in my shop with a bad coil and got two from o'reilly and two from napa and both would do nothing. Got one from VW, car ran perfect. Checked the aftermarket coils and the resistance was different on the primary side of the coil.

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I had the same problem to the point that the car turned off. Turns out, I changed the spark plugs with the wires, fuel filter and cap. Runs better than ever and problem solved. Oh I also changed the coil. Hope this helps.

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Please help 96 jetta problems....


I experienced the same this last week to find out it was the coil pack. My technician replaced the coil, and told me that this was a common problem withe the 96 jetta.

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I replaced the ignition coil and had no problems after that.

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