Question about 2000 Volkswagen Cabrio
The car starts then dies. will not stay running. flooding
Often, when a vehicle starts and dies immediately, there is a problem with the security system. It could be a key fob with a bad battery or a system that has lost communication with the rest of the vehicle. Try using a different key to start the vehicle. If this does not work, try scanning the vehicles computer to find any fault codes. Security system issues often have to be repaired by a dealer or a shop with qualified equipment. If you smell fuel when the vehicle starts and then dies, flooding would not be the problem, but rather a lack of fuel. Look for puddles of fuel under the vehicle and make sure there are no loose connections or bad lines.
Posted on Apr 23, 2014
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Posted on Jul 07, 2009
1st did u chec plug wires or dist area-these things wear--r u gitten gas from fuel pump or injector systems--may want to run another scan-computer systems r very complicated n 2-3 opinions dont hurt-zone or discount A does free ones
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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