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Engine stalls during driving - 1999 Acura TL

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  • hkegley Nov 08, 2008

    Starts and then couple second it dies

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    My '96 3.2 TL looses power while I'm driving. After I get off the road and coast to a stop it will restart, but I (and the dealership) have not been able to find the source of this (dangerous) problem -- No "check engine" light appears and there are no "codes" to help the dealer find the problem.

  • stimdog Mar 11, 2009

    My 96 3.2 tl stalls out while driving too. I am trying to find a solution to the problem with mine. If I fiqure it out, I will post my solution.

  • Adomus furtado Aug 18, 2013

    Same problem, trouble shooter everything finely I took it to a mechanic and told them to replace the ignition switch. It was bad burnt on one side and the terminals where dis colored. Car was recalled 2002 and fixed for same problem 11 years same problem. Runs great noww

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I had the same problem. There were recalls related to the ignition switch. Once I took my 1999 Acura 2.3 CL in for these recalls, no more stalling !!! and it's free !!!

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