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What could cause intermittent engine stalling?

Volkswagen Transporter 1.9 2007 SWB panel van manual transmission. It starts OK from cold and runs OK till I stop. If I then wait for a few minutes and restart the engine, it keeps cutting out for a few minutes. The cutouts start after about 5 minutes after restarting from warm, it feels like a fuel supply problem, maybe a blockage in the fuel supply or air entering the system. After about another 5 mins on the open road with a few more cutouts it picks up and seems to carry on as normal, but yesterday there was a loss of power as if the turbo isn't working properly. It seems to me that the problem coincides with a heat buildup in the engine area which may cause something to expand and block the fuel supply which then cools down with the airflow when the vehicle is moving. But this is just guesswork on my part.

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A bad MAP or MAF sensor could cause this type problem .

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it starts from cold because the auto choke is on ,allowing a richer mixture ,try removing the sender unit in the tank and seeing if the connection from the pump to the outlet connection is ok or leaking causing a loss of fuel pressure

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SOURCE: Engine cuts out and will not start again

As with any no start issue, you will need to find out if you are dealing with a no spark or no fuel problem to proceed.

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