Has anyone heard of this B4. Driving down the road and the engine just stopped running. Head lights, dash lights and everything else worked correctly. The engine just did not respond at all. This car has a manual transmission and when the engine died, I kept trying to work the gas pedal with no luck. Checked all fuses, pulled both relays under hood (#'s 100, 53) and reseated with no luck. Let car sit all night. The next morning I rechecked all fuses and pulled both of the relays numbered 100/53 and ohmed the coils, they seem correct (57 ohms for the 100 can't recall the measurement for the 53). Turned on the switch to see if the coils and the hot side of the relay had power and they both do. With the power switch on the number 53 relay pulled in, but the number 100 relay did not. Removed the cover on the 100 relay and manually depressed the relay while cranking car, it started. Drove car home and went to dealer for help. Tech told me it was common for the ECU relay to fail and the car will just die going down the road like mine. Found out from looking on the E-net the 100 relay is a load reduction relay while cranking the car. With both relays removed (100-53) the car still cranks and runs correctly at this time. Drove the car appx 50 miles with no trouble, but know things just don't fix themselves. I do not have a service manual but would like to know the location of the ECU relay and if anyone has run across the problem B4. Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give.