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When I stop completely my car dies. It always starts back up, but it dies every time I stop. Why? It has a new battery and fuel pump/filter.

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Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Katie, There are sensors in your vehicle that "talk" to one another to make decisions on how to get the optimal conditions for your vehicle. They monitor pressures, vacuums, temperatures etc. It sounds to me like you could have a bad sensor that is sending the wrong information to the computer in your car. Unfortunately, it

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