Does this problem only occur when it's cold outside. If it happens shortly after starting, say within the first 5 mintes of running it could be the fuel pump. When it happens, does it start right back up? If it doesn't try carefully hitting the gas tank with a mallet hard enough to try to get the fuel pump to work, if that's it. If the car starts now it seems like the fuel pump to me. If it happens when you've been driving for a while it may be the throttle position sensor.
Your Chevrolet Cavalier 97 might stall when going downhill because it has a bad fuel filter. It could also be the spark plugs misfiring.
with me it was the o2 censer
There are several sending units (AKA Sensors) in that vehicle. Which one did you have in mind?
overheating it would. Or if it was stick not being in the right gear trying to find the system causing it would help, if the air intake or filter was so clogged it couldn't suck air it could stall, and low fuel pressure could also make it stall rather slowly. Bad electrical connections could cause a quicker stall.
The engine could stall when you are on the road, causing a traffic problem.
It needs a tune-up.
a reason for a vehicle to stall when hot may be a faulty ignition control module.
The most common reason for a car to stall is a lack of fuel. The gas tank could be empty or the fuel injectors. Need to be cleaned.
A leak in the brake booster is one common reason why a car would stall or hesitate when the brakes are pushed. There could also be an obstruction in the brake line.
it sounds like ur clutch went out in it.
Could be for the same reason we are picky when picking an empty bathroom stall in a public restroom.
There are several things which could be causing the car to stall out while driving. The most common and least difficult problem is that the spark plugs may need to be changed.
There could be a couple causes . The first would be the oxygen censor isn't working properly and the other is the coil pack is probably going out.
It could be a leaking vacuum hose to the power brake booster or the membrane in the booster could have a hole. When the brakes are applied, the booster is opened to the engine vacuum via the hose. The vacuum leak would then increase, causing the engine to stall.
No, it will just stall and cease to run.
A 1998 Honda Accord could stall because it is out of gas. The car could also stall because of a bad computer.
If it stalls for no reason then no one can give you an answer
Could be a leaking vacuum line or with the pcv valve. It is possible that the trannsmission clutch packs arent dissengaging properly causing it to stall. PCV valve is a likely culpret with idle and stalling issues. Start there first.
A bad water pump can cause your car to stall if the bearing has failed or it is causing overheating. A seized bearing will put excessive strain on the engine and stall it out.
I had that issue with my Cavalier and it turned out to be a fuel pump problem. I would check with your local mechanic.
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Had a 1995 Cavalier with a similar problem. It was some type of solenoid on the transmission (automatic). Cost about $500 to replace at the dealer.
One reason why a Mitsubishi Star Wagon will stall when accelerating is bad spark plugs. Another reason is a bad oxygen sensor or the throttle position sensor.
Your Dodge Durango may stall when idling at a stop light for a couple of reason. One reason may be that a part needs to be replaced on the car.
There are many reasons why a generator should stop. If you are referring to a petrol (gasoline) generator, one reason is that it may be overloaded (i.e. its load draws too much current), causing the motor to stall.