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Car run great in idle when you put in drive at 20 mph it dies


could also be a fuel pressure issue. (possible bad fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator)

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if no codes showing up sound like fuel pump failing or you have restricted fuel filter or fuel contaminated check on intake for vacuum hose leaks.

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2001 beetle 2.0 dies on freeway for a few seconds


check your timing - sounds like It skipped timing. chain or belt could be worn

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Ford mustang was making a whine/ rattling noise while doing 20-60 mph then after driving 20 minutes she died at a stop sign, would start up fine in park, but died when we tried to shift,what is wrong


Automatic or stick ?
If its an automatic, it could be something in the torque converter or transmission. The torque converter clutch could be stuck.

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sounds like a fuel problem either a dirt blockage or the computor is mailfuctioning

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