The garage changed the fuel filter, suspecting a blocked filter was causing the fuel pressure problems leading to the van cutting out. The van was also showing an error code for the Mass Airflow Sensor but the mechanics didn’t think that would cause the problems we were having, and a new one would have to come from Stockholm which would mean Monday at the earliest. After a test-drive where everything seemed fine we paid up and carried on south. Everything was ok for ages then the van died again just coming out of a rest stop. We managed a restart after a few minutes sitting in the slip road filling a little vulnerable! We decided to carry on, keeping below 90kph in the inside lane as much as possible, and the van was mostly ok but died once more in a section with no hard shoulder. Again, managed to restart, limp up steep hill with hazards flashing and then managed to get going again. Slowly we made it to a stopover we’d identified as a possibility beforehand, and so we parked up just outside the Klitterhus (stop tittering, it means Dune House in Swedish). There was a fantastic sunset, some dramatic clouds and great light, and the sound and smell of the sea really helped revive the day for us.