Q: How do I Fix My 2001 VW Passat GLS from turning off at low speed to a complete stop?

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My 2001 VW Passat drives fine at driving speed, but then shut off when coming to a complete stop Or within the 15 mph mark. I HAVE to keep my foot on the gas pedal from turning off. Sometimes when turning my car on it idles very low to car turning off.

My car has 226000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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