Less reputable dealerships will instead tell you that they were not able to duplicate the problem, or that the vehicle is operating as designed. At first, I could steer to the side of the road and start it right back up. Even modern long-lasting coolants should be replaced at least every 5 years or so. “Electrical contacts in the ignition switch can wear prematurely due to high electrical current passing through the switch. Meanwhile, do you have any suggestions?

Any decent shop interested in your busines should be able to troubleshoot this. My last car used to overheat on me all the time and have all sorts of problems. Some years ago my son had a 96 Acura and it stalled on him on a hot day. I walked back in and said “there it just did it…” One of the other techs walked out with me and started it right up…go figure. The car started to run poorly, lacked power, then cut off about a minute later and would crank, run for a split second, and then die. Is your check engine light on? Turned out to be a radiator cap according to her mechanic. the substantial risk of having a problem. what vendors of registry cleaning software try to convince you of, The odds of them running having ran into a similar issue is pretty good. Be sure to ask for your copy—even if no work is completed, or the dealer claims NPF (no problems found). Today I took it to a different shop and left it with them all day.

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©2020 The Consumer Law Group, P.C., All Rights Reserved, Reproduced with Permission. When you take the car to the dealership and explain your problem, you are met with questions and doubt. If the switch doesn’t cure it then I would consider a failing fuel pump and/or main relay. (Some thermostats fail closed, some fail open, some simply fail stuck in some position. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers trick you into paying for unnecessary It isn’t mentioned in the owner’s manual and John has never recommended it so I haven’t bothered with it. No luck with a restart so I called the tow truck which took about 30 minutes.

http://www.edbott.com/weblog/archives/000643.html Option #1 is common: broken fans, broken fan shroud, broken fan controller. They said they weren’t a problem anymore. W. With the help of a friend, got it pushed off to the side and he listened when I turned the key to “ON”. Only fails after it heats up. It could be the relay or the pump. Fit and Finish Problems May Qualify for Lemon Law Claims, Transmission Problems Could Mean Your Car Is a Lemon. Suites like System Mechanic screw computers up. Place the SM DVD back in the box. 2 days ago I was idling at a stop light with the A/C on and it was 85ish degrees out. Pretty hard for a mechanic to find a phantom problem like that. use of registry cleaners has ever said that they always cause

On Wed, 25 Dec 2013 01:05:24 +0000, EdwardBarrettRV wrote: I cannot open my System Mechanic Premium. If it fails partially closed, it may overheat at standstill but not driving.). The car starts up okay, but when the foot touches the accelerator, it stops. http://www.howtogeek.com/113382/how-to-use-ccleaner-like-a-pro-9-tips-tricks/. I hate to say it, but you can’t figure out the problem till you experience it. A few nights ago I was in a drive through. The engine has begun to shut off while I am driving, usually around 40-50 MPH. It was a $56 shot in the dark, but outside of the ignition switch under recall, that’s what I’d put in. It overheated. I'll echo what SpiritX said. If you google this issue, “Fuel pump relay” comes up quite a bit. It's easy to see what has happened if you have. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. The mechanic first thought it was the fuel pump, but now is not so sure. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Forums. cleaner and never had a problem with it. He was about 50 miles away so on the way up I stopped by the Acura dealer and picked up a relay.