I have 2004 that did a similar thing, very intermittent though. I think the dealer replaced the fuel pump and air filter and I haven't had a problem since. It may or may not have been the exact same issue, but hopefully it helps a little!
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Poor Maintenance, Ran out of gas, clogged engine
yes, it will be starved of fuel.
Most cars won't even run is the converter is clogged. Clogged converters can get very hot, maybe even start fires.
a clogged fuel filter and dirty fuel.
possibly a clogged catalytic converter
Clogged fuel filter.
sometimes but it depends on how it is being usedyes ini like drivingbut not in a driving rainor on a driving range
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Possibly a fuel line or clogged valve
Why engine stalls on 1993 Chrysler Intrepid while driving and sometimes at stops?
Not nearly enough information is given. BUT - you can start by looking at these possibilities: a clogged fuel filter - a failing fuel pump - clogged injector nozzles.
People normally drive fast.
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
There would be a number of reasons why a car might jerk while you are driving. Your fuel filter could be clogged, something might be wrong with your carburetor, or your fuel pump.
sometimes, but not while driving
Your fuel filter is important for maintaining free flowing gas to your engine. If the line or filter gets clogged, your car may sputter or stop while driving.
Clogged air filter, defective O2 sensor, clogged catalytic converter, bad plugs and or plug wires, poor driving technique to name a few possible causes.
It has a clogged fuel filter. Very cheap and easy to either do yourself or have it done.
Can be lots of things but sounds like a fuel pump failing or clogged fuel filter.
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clogged fuel filter
Partially clogged fuel filter or the fuel pump is failing.
Souns like your OXYGEN sensor or a clogged air or fuel filter.