Have a 1996 F350 with a 4.9 Stalled while driving on highway No Spark Replaced Module on distributor and electronic module on fender Still no spark Any suggestions?
check you distributer cap and rotor for wear. if so maybe that's it or bad wires.
Your 94 z28 wont start you just replaced distributor 2 weeks ago and was running awesome now it stalled to an unstartable death is it fuel pump?
91 camaro rs do not move when gas pedal is pressed but when released the car moves for a few seconds and then stop and starts to turn off Every time the gas pedal is pressed this happens?
I have a 1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS, and I had the same problem. If the check engine light comes on, it could be the distributor cap and rotor. As for the stopping and sputtering of RPM's, it could be the fuel pump. I replaced my distributor cap and rotor and got a new fuel pump, and my car is working amazingly. Hasn't stalled or sputtered yet! Try that
If the check engine light came on in my 1993 Oldsmobile Bravada then the car stalled out and has no spark changed the rotor tip distributor cap and coil but still has no spark?
What would cause a car to jerk slighty an bog down when you push the gas pedal then if you let off an push it again it will get up an go in a 1994 impala ss?
key words "today my girlfriend was running some errands. while idling in a parking lot, our car stalled. When she tried to start the car, it would turn-over just fine but wouldn't fire off. then she noticed smoke coming from under the so yeah, now it turns over but won't start. this should mean the computer or mpi relay is shorted out! hope this help. signed the mad scientist Answer Check the ECI fuse in…
Question: Is the car running or stalled? If stalled try starting it. If the key won't turn to start it or move to another position, try to move your steering wheel out of the locked position. Somtimes when there is resistance, or pressure against the lock you will not be able to turn the key - on or off. Question: Are you stopped on an incline? If so, the gear may not allow you to…
94tracker stalled No spark from coilReplaced coil still no spark Wiggled wire to module on distributor Started then stalled No spark again on coil Is it module or something else?
Hi, The first thing I'd do is replace the wire, you probably can't get just the single wire so replace the set then try again. On the firewall there's this thing that all my books call the igniter, if the wires don't do it but I think they will, then go to a local auto recycler (junkyard that sells parts) and get the other part. Hope this helps. Steve H.
If a vehicle has stalled while driving through 1ft of water is it okay to try to start the vehicle while still in the water?
It's not likely you'll hurt any thing by trying, usually what's stalled the vehicle is that its motion through the water caused water to spray up on top of the motor and disrupted the ignition system. If it won't start, try removing the distributor cap and spray the inside of it and the parts it's covering with silicone spray or WD40. Reinstall the cap and it should run.
fuel filter doesnt seem to be the problem. check continuity on the fuel pump or fuel pump relay. the relay is probably the best bet. best of luck I had similar problem with my 90 Astro. To fix I eplaced distributor cap and rotor. your Astro may also need a new ignition module which you will locate under the distributor cap. Good luck.
My car stalled out and the oil light is on. changed oil still wont start. Its was low on gas also i added some and it still didnt start. any suggestions?
My truck stalled on me last night It turns over and doesn't sound like the starter and I have a full tank of gas Any suggestions?
Why would a 1996 Jaguar XJ6 runs well but stall once a week usually at lights or intersections the check engine light indicates low rpm?
I'm sorry but it could be many things. The most likely could also be the most expensive to fix. Typically in a Civic of this age, the timing belt goes. It has a life span of about 5 years after which the belt can snap or teeth shear off. Remove the distributor cap and have someone turn the key for a few seconds. Did the rotor (the T-shaped piece inside) turn completely around a few…
Any number of reasons, some of them obvious: no gas in the tank no oil in the engine case no water in the engine case or radiator clogged fuel filter non-functioning fuel pump spark plug wire/spark plug failure distributor failure or in some very rare cases, a loose nut behind the steering wheel :-)