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  1. VW Jetta1.8T Completely Cuts Out 
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    Recently the car completely shuts down and loses all electronics when I accelerate from being stopped. After a few seconds I can restart and everything appears fine. This has happed twice the in the last two days.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeddrick View Post
    Recently the car completely shuts down and loses all electronics when I accelerate from being stopped. After a few seconds I can restart and everything appears fine. This has happed twice the in the last two days.

    Just a thought, check the wires on the altenator to see if they are connected well or are fraid in any way. They will cause you problems if they are not connected properly.
     
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    Only 18 months between thread & reply.
    Hope Zeddrick had more luck in repairing his car
     
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