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1998 beetle stalls after warming up i let it cool

1998 beetle stalls after warming up i let it cool for a couple of hours and it starts again

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I.ll give you advice.Because I don.t know the type of your engine please change Hall sensor/crankshaft position sensor/ and ignition amplifier.Everything will be O.K. If I know the engine type I.ll cancel one of above mentionated items.

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