I think you will find that it is not the relay that is giving you the problem. Your systems indicate that it could be the fuel pump failing. This is what I found after going threw what you are questioning now. The fuel pump in located above the fuel tank.
if that isn't the problem with the fuel pump pressure being low make sure if a Chrysler that the transmission isn't staying in gear or lock out. this will also stall your engine or plugged up exhaust.
Well, first you have to figure out WHY it's stalling.
if you do have gas in the car then it could be the idle control valve. it stops the engine from stalling when the car is stationary
bringing any engine to an abrupt stop under load is not good. learn some clutch control.
Not really, the engine has little mass and will just stop. Stalling will stretch primary and drive chains perhaps and could put excessive strain on the transmission.
You need to have the codes read. You can then diagnose the codes. The code will probably point to the cause of the stalling.
A 1994 Cadillac Deville that has an engine surging problem and is stalling out can indicate it is not getting enough fuel. The fuel filter may be clogged.
Your check engine light will be on and you will feel bucking or jerking while you are accelerating. You will also have an idle surging, sudden stalling of the engine, and a sudden surge in speed while driving on the highway.
The engine control module "learns" the particular operating characteristics of the particular engine in the car. When there is no power to the engine control module, as in when the battery terminal was disconnected, the memory is often "lost" and upon reconnection has to be "re learned" If that is the problem your car has it should be able to learn again, simply drive the car around at moderate speeds for a time.
no, stalling only makes your car stop for a brief moment when shifting geers to fast or not using the clutch correctly
Stalling refers to an engine running too slowly to keep going, or to an aircraft losing it's airspeed enough to cease flying.
No! it only controls the air/fuel mixture at idle - it is by-passed when the engine revs-up. Generally, when there is a problem with the air control valve it causes the idle to become erratic and 'hunt' and maybe the engine keeps stalling.
Replace the Idle Air Control Valve only about $50. This would cause funny idling and stalling out.
if cat is plugged an exhaust dont pass through it will stall the engine
well, if the fuel filter was not changed recently, or if the spark plugs haven't been changed(depending on mileage), or even if the air filter hasn't been changed according to maintenance schedule, these can be the easiest reasons. You can also get water in the gas tank that can give you problems. If the gas is old and smells sweet, that could be a problem as the combustion properities of that old gas is gone. Those are the simple possibilities; you may need to check the error messages the computer is giving as well.
Physically check the engine oil level with the dipstick to confirm the engine is full of oil. If the engine is full, the oil level sensor or wiring to it may be at fault. If the level is low, go back to where the oil was changed and complain.
ford focus stalling at idle but not cutting off the check engine light is on please help so i dont get rip off thanks
The more you use the starter to start the engine the more wear is demand is placed on it. So, yes, in a sense stalling and restarting does harm the starter.
Numerous things could cause the Nissan Altima to stall. One such thing is the idle control valve, also the exhaust system could cause the engine to stall.
Sounds like a loose tappet in the header, though I'm just a back yard mechanic.
Generally speaking, a stoppage of gasoline to one of its engine cylinders will cause a car to seem like it's stalling.
If you have already cleaned the throttle body and it has not cleared up the problem,then you may as well price out a idle control unit and an ecu(engine control unit).the idle control unit shorts out and takes the ecu with it!Ecu can be rebuilt,there are companies on eBay for $100 .
Hard starting and engine stalling. Eventually the filter will become completely clogged and the engine will not start.
no/poor gas flow to the engine. Results in stalling/stammerring motor.
Stalling at idle? Immediately after starting? While driving? While stopping? Cold or hot engine? What engine do you have?
You need to have it checked for trouble codes.