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My Audi will start, run for varied lengths of time then die immediately without any sputtering. The fuel filter was replaced but the symptoms persisted. I'm assuming the problem is electrical but not sure of the the probable causes. Could it be a sensor, or the alternator? Thanks

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Use remotes to lock/unlock car/set alarm immobiliser, then reset alarm.

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