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My 2003 vw beetle turbo s starts then stops

I have a 2003 vw beetle turbo s.  when i turn the ignition on it starts then just dies.

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Check the battery.
When battery is dies these problems will come..

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It could be a number of things, hard tell w/o pluging it in to read codes.
but it could be the throttle position sensor (tps), or maybe the mass air flow (maf) sensor.
if some how you can get the trouble codes, i can help you fix it.

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It seeems the plug needs a recheck and the fuel injector.

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