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I have experienced the same symptoms on an engine, where the MAF sensor was giving lower than expected readings. The engine would only run for a few seconds before stalling. A new MAF sensor fixed the problem. I tested my MAF on the bench with a hair dryer and a multimeter. It wasn't until I got a replacement that I could see how low a reading the faulty ...


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I took the care to the a mechanic and they said it was or could be two things: When the battery dies sometimes the internal computer\memory needs to be reset. The car's throttle body needed cleaning. So far it has not stalled after having both of these done (5 days now). Not sure which of the above actually of the above fixed the issue ... maybe both. ...


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Your Problem There are a few reasons that you might have your engine cut out. If you have any error codes (found by plugging in a scan tool to the OBDII port on your car), they would help dramatically in being able to narrow down the array of possible answers to your problem. If you do have a faulty connection, which I don't think you do, then a code ...


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In this case replacing the fuel filter for new seems to have done the trick. I was able to find one for roughly £27 on eBay and fitted it myself in under 45 minutes. Thought I'd leave the information here in case anyone else has the same issue.



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