Car frequently dies while driving.
Hi,sorry i was not able to find any other Fixya experts to help with your problem, but I can offer some other generic faults which would cause the symptom you describe.
Most modern cars which use electronic fuel injection and ignition have basically the same components so here we go..
1) Fuel pressure, the fuel pump can cause intermittent shut down of engine as this unit works with mostly unfiltered fuel.
Try starting engine and closely listen to pump which is fitted inside fuel tank, if you here loud humming, this is usually a sign that the pump is not 100% and may suddenly seize, cool down and start running again...can be a little tricky to check, also if you can drive vehicle and fault occurs, fuel pump will only run while engine is running and also approx 10 seconds after ignition is turned on, so you will probably need some else to switch ignition on while you listen.
2) Air flow and throttle position sensors are very hard working components of the injection system, the problem is that they are very difficult to diagnose particularly with the limited information I have to work with in this situation.
3) Ignition system has computer, crack angle sensor and many other too many to mention, but I have found the most common is coil pack/s or ignition power supply solenoid.(The one that clicks in engine bay when ignition switch is turned to the "on" postion.
P.S If you can forward a more detailed descrition of what happens when the vehicles fails maybe I could shed more light on the matter.
on Feb 06, 2014