car won't stay on

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Asked by Feb 10, 2017 at 03:49 AM about the 2013 Chrysler 200 Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The car turns on and suddenly  shuts
off

6 Answers

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Why

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Probably the switch that detects whether you have oil pressure or not. When it thinks you dont it will shut the electric fuel pump off.

Best Answer Mark helpful
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Problem will be solved if I put oil?

10

If your car need oil, most definitely. I would check your fuel pump or check that your gas lines have no holes.

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Thank you God Bless.

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No problem! And if it's the lines, that's pretty cheap to fix. I had to do it after realizing all of my lines were rusted out since my car wasn't ran the winter before, after chilling in the snow all season so the best of luck to you! I hope you find out what's wrong with it!

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