Can a vacuum leak in your car cause it to stall?
Yes but it would have to be pretty large and lean codes would precede it illuminating CEL/MIL
YES, That would be called a vacuum leak. Read More
Yes, that is one of many possibilities. Read More
You should look for a vacuum leak, either in the vacuum lines or the intake manifold, also the TPS and maf can cause this if it is malfunctioning. Read More
no, but having a vacuum leak at the power booster will. IF so, you will have to replace the booster. Read More
I would not expect a valve cover leak to cause a car to stall. A valve cover leak can fill the spark plug area with oil which can cause rough running. Read More
Quite possibly a vacuum leak, or problem with fuel flow. Vacuum leaks can be bad at idle and cause it to stall, a fuel problem would make it very difficult to move at all. Read More
A vacuum leak can cause that. Read More
All new cars are Vacuum sensitive. The Oil cap and PCV valve are part of the vaccum system. If you have a vacuum leak this could cause the car to stall out. Read More
There are many reasons why a car may stall such as, water in the fuel, fuel pump failure, dirty fuel filter, in need of a tune up or a large vacuum leak to name a few. Read More
probably a vacuum leak Read More
A car can idle too low because there is a leak in the vacuum. Cracks or breaks on the vacuum hoses in the cars engine could be the cause of this. Read More
yes they were put on there for a reason ,,a vacuum leak will make a car run terrible. Read More
1991 Chevy lumina you am driving down the road the car is running fine and then of all the sudden the motor starts to sputter and stall on you it will them crank back up put it into gear then it stall?
Look for a missing or broken rubber vacuum cap on the front side of the air intake. There is a vacuum port that can cause a vacuum leak while the engine is running, if it is uncovered. It will appear to run fine for about 15 minutes from a cold start and then suddenly start to stall and run rough. It will be OK again when it cools down and then it starts all over… Read More
Could be many reasons such as contaminated fuel (water), could be in need of a tune up, could be a large vacuum leak, Read More
A car will stall when accelerating between 25 and 40 miles per hour due to a vacuum leak. When the cars computer cannot properly read the how much fuel to inject due to erratic air ratios the engine is prone to stall at random times. Read More
There are many things that would cause a 1999 Chevy Lumina to stall. The car could be too low on fuel, have a leak in the fuel line, or an old fuel pump or filter. Read More
Why does car cut off at a red light or stop sign while the air is on but if its not on it doesn't what could that be?
could be a combination of a non working idle compensator and a vacuum leak. Poor vacuum will cause your car to stall at a light, the brake booster runs on vacuum, this together with the added load of the AC with the idle not being raised by the idle compensator might cause this to happen. Check your vacuum lines, especially the one going to the brake booster, and check to see if when you turn… Read More
The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate. Read More
First you have to locate the source of the vacuum leak, then determine the next step how to repair it. Read More
Depending on where the leak is you just replace the vacuum hose or the bad part the hose is attached to. Read More
Why does my '99 Oldsmobile Intrigue run great while driving foot on gas but sometimes stall due to rough idle when stopped at low idle or when I put it in reverse?
One common cause is a leaking fuel pressure regulator. When they leak, raw fuel gets into its vacuum line and causes a rich condition which can cause the car to stall, and also give a hard starting condition. - TechJK -------------------------------- Read More
Exhaust leak? Vacuum leak? Read More
vacuum leak. Read More
Possible vacuum leak Read More
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. Read More
A fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to stall after starting. A malfunctioning fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to not start at all. Read More
Look for a vacuum blockage or a vacuum leak. Read More
Idle speed incorrect , fuel filter clogged , fault in fuel system , faulty emissions system components , faulty or incorrectly gapped spark plugs , vacuum leak at the thottle body , intake manifold or vacuum hoses Read More
What is a Vacuum Leak ? A vacuum leak is any leak caused when sucking in Air either after the throttle plate of a carburetor or after the Air Metering device on a Fuel Injected car caused by a bad gasket, torn boot, improperly installed adapter plate or manifold gasket, etc Read More
It would greatly depend on the source of the leak, need more info. Read More
What esle to do after you done put an fuel pump and fuel filter and the gas act like it is not still getting to the car when you push the brakes the car cuts off?
If this car has power brakes, the power booster may be bad, causing a large vacuum leak when the brakes are applied, causing the engine to stall. Read More
a small evap leak would not cause your car to jerk. Read More
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. Read More
Many things can cause your engine to stall while driving. Running out of fuel will obviously cause your car to stall. A transmission fluid leak, causing your car to run out of transmission fluid will cause your car to stop where it is at. If your car battery dies your engine will stop. This could be from a bad alternator or from corrosion or bad/loose connection. In the fuel line, a bad fuel pump, not… Read More
Why does it sound like leaking air when you apply your brakes and the more pressure applied causes the car to stall?
This sounds like vacuum leak in the braking system. Check for disconnected or cracked hose from the engine to the brake booster in the engine compartment. Read More
vacuum leak 65 power brakes run off a vacuum, when you apply your brakes you stop the air leak. 65; Read More
No, it will just make the car loud. Read More
A bad fuel pressure regulator will cause the car to stall or not run . Read More
AC runs on the battery. If the car is off and you run the AC, then start the car, it will stall. Read More