Q: Q: Car turns off after stopping

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My car runs fine for a bit. Then I will come to a complete stop, and the car will not accelerate. It will just move very slowly before completely turning off.

Hello. It sounds like your catalytic converter is clogged, or there may be a problem with your transmission. A diagnosis of the transmission and catalyst system is needed to determine what is causing the stalling issue. A certified mechanic will be able to recommend and perform any repairs needed for to resolve this problem.

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