My 1998 a class starts and drives for 10 mins and then just cuts out for a good 40 mins

Asked by Dec 18, 2015 at 11:45 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 1998 A class keeps stoping every 10 to
15 mins and then it takes up to 40 mins to
start back up I have change the fuel filter
and still the same so I Cleand the carb and
air intake with a spray and had the car at
300rpm wile I sprayd the cleaner in to the
intake but same thing is still happing I got
told it could be the crankshaft position
sensor I don't no has anyone had or have
the same prob

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I would check the crank shaft censor,or "crank censor"

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