Have your Torque Converter/ Lockout Swith checked. I would also be worth it to have cam timing sensor checked. I had this exact problem on my 01 Aurora V8. Replaced sensor. Haven't had a problem since.
The sensor may be defective/broken. I would have that checked or replaced.
Have your fuel filter checked first. If that doesn't solve your problem, then have your catalytic convertor checked.
If the car vibrates when the brakes are applied, it could be a sign that the brakes or rotors need to be checked or replaced. When a problem like this occurs, it is best to get it checked out as soon as possible to avoid worsening the problem.
Could be a problem with the wiring from the computer to the sensor.
Have you checked the lambda probe? It is a few hundred quid but fixed the problem for me. Get a garage to run a diagnostic to check that this is the problem before you get it done.
Spark plugs need to be changed. had the same problem and it disappeared when I replaced the plugs.
there is a problem with your cruise contol,have it checked. also have cam positioning sensor checked
I had the same problem it was the crank shaft positioning sensor, not the camshaft positioning sensor, very different. Kinda a pain to get to but an easy and cheep fix once it is in.
have the engine timing checked. if the timing is wrong the engine will overheat, are you loosing coolant?is the fan working, is the water pump working?
I also have a 2000 Venture same problem. Solution was tire balance weights fell off. They were replaced and problem resolved but....the tires were worn irregularly on the inside and I had them replaced.
Get the carbon canister checked out I had same problem after get coils replaced on my clio
I had an intermittent problem with that sensor on my PA. When the error code in the computer was checked, it showed up as a problem. I had it replaced. The cam sensor can cause a similar problem.
Had the same problem on my '00 4.7 liter. Turns out it was the throttle position sensor. Sensor was replaced at dealer problem disappeared.
Crank Position Sensor needs to be replaced. I had the same problem and that was the cure. It was hard to diagnose because of the intermittent nature of the problem.
Look at the relay for the flashers, that should fix your problem.
Perhaps problem in the steering column switch?
Have you checked to see if your 12V dc relay under the hook is working properly?
Yes, there is no problem bringing alcohol on an aircraft if it is in checked luggage. Carry-on is the problem.
I to have had this problem, but fan still works on all settings.Have you checked the fan its self or the resistor pack.
have your oxygen sensor checked or replaced. we had the same issue on ours and replacing the o2 sensor fixed the problem
Have you checked the daytime running light module?
If the smoke is white, the problem is a blown head gasket. If the smoke is blue, step valve seals have to be replaced.
first replace the fuel filter. they should be changed about twice a year. I'm not sure where it may be located. if that doesn't fix the problem. you need to have the fuel pump checked to see if it is putting out the correct fuel pressure. if not it obviously needs to be replaced. if the fuel pump is good and the filter is good/replaced. have the injectors checked. these are the most common issues to be checked first. i wish i could be more helpfull.