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2001 v70 t5 wagon. auto all of a sudden dies while driving along. when i try to restart, battery is dead. no indicators or trouble codes are recorded in the system.

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First thing would do is check just how securely the battery leads are attached to the battery. Next have a look at the earth strap from engine to car frame connections. A complete cut out as you describe can only occur if there is sudden complete shut down of the electrical system, this would also account for the ECU not recording trouble codes, it needs at least to be on before it can record anything. The next check point would be the main fuse and starter relay and then the starter switch itself; there has to be break/loose connection somewhere in the 'on' circuit. This is not a 'short' otherwise the main fuse would have blown.

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