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My 99 jetta wr6 lost power but did not have a miss while at idel and once I cut it off it has not restarted . help please

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Try your ignition switch on back of were key goes in on housing two very small flat screws with red dots unscrew and pull white base out it looks like a key put large screw driver in see if it will start

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SOURCE: engin is missing and cutting out no power will not

the throttle position sensor is gone, or the fuel pump, is not giving enough fuel, have the pressure read, and get back to me. im assuming it will be the sensor though.

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SOURCE: 1997 jetta vw ,car cuts out an lost power

hi, does it run fine when its cold then play up when it gets warm or up to near normal running temp, if this is the case then the chances are the oxygen sensor needs replacing, if it runs rough from cold then it could be mass air flower sensor

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hi, does it run fine when its cold then play up when it gets warm or up to near normal running temp, if this is the case then the chances are the oxygen sensor needs replacing, if it runs rough from cold then it could be mass air flower sensor

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I'm afraid I bought somebody elses problem. Our 99 VW Jetta lost


I would need to know what car you have for better answers, but some problems are the same no matter what car you have. If it hasn't been done in a long time I would replace the plug wires and plugs first. Besides you can only improve your gas milage by doing so. I would purchase a CHILTON, this is a maintenace manual with pictures and step by step procedure. Then I would take it in for another testing. Then they can give you better codes. It could be missing on 2 cylinders because of spark plugs, fuel injectors, many other reasons. The MAF sensor is very expensive and I would check everything else before I replaced that.

If you can replace the plugs and wires, and distributor cap and rotor first, then let me know more about your car make modle year what engine you have I can give you more advise.

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