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95 volkswagen jetta vr6

Vehicle stalls when hot, restarts runs rough, has new coil pack and plugs and wires

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    how to replace coil pack

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Check the following...Vacume lines, warm up valve, frequency valve, o-ring injectors and the actual injector,fuse box pins and the fuses, loose fuel relay, ground wire from battery, all wires to and from the coil. test the coil for function( if you have a strong steady flashing pulse on a timing gun, its good). Be sure you check the entire Digifant Electrical system from the Halls sender on the distributor to the TCI module on the fire wall of the car. It sits on top of the Brain( That would be your ECCS unit......short for electronic computer command system!

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 11, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 11, 2008

    Also check the fuel mixture screw in the air flow sensor box. If your fuel is too lean as if to save gas and cause sooty exhaust
    sometimes the engine simply stops while decelerating, but then corrects
    itself after restarting at the stop. Make sure you don't make it too
    rich because of the melting of your catalytic. Stalling problems also happen when the ground wires on the block are loose.

    Try a basic tuneup first: cleaning the air flow sensor, check
    timing and change spark plugs. It may all be the air flow sensor.

    As you can see, there are a million things that could cause this issue. Best take it to a local mechanic who can correctly diagnose the fault by running tests. May cost you a little more, but worth it in terms of time spent trying to figure out the cause..


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It might need a better anti-freeze or a new dose of anti-freez. check to make sure the fan is working if it has one. if not, you can get a new fan or have the shop take care of it. I'm not the best with cars, I know a lot, and my dad is a parts specialist, I asked him and that is what he said. Hope this fixed your problem.

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It sounds like an ignition module, But first we have to check for fuel and spark when it dies. When it dies pull a plug wire, stick an old spark plug in and lay it on something metal so it has a good ground. Crank the engine and see if there is spark. If not, then it's an ignition problem.

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