I had the same problem and it was my full pump. But if it died while you were driving, it is your alternator. If it is your alternator, all of your dash lights will come on while your driving and you will lose power to all of your elecrtical components. Such as your ABS, Tracking, headlights, radio, baterry, emergency brake, and all your lights will dim. I had my brother purchase an alternator from a local store/auto zone for around $100-$140. I had him install it. It took awhile for him to do, but was easy for he worked at a car collision center and knew how to do it. If you can find someone who knows how to change it, do that otherwise your looking at a good $300 labor charge.
No it will not blow your engine or tranny up it has nothing to do with either of them. The thing to look for is if a speed sensor is out.
yes getting your license or permit has nothing to do with being in school.
nothing that's what happened nothing at all nothing that's what happened nothing at all
basically driving can do nothing to the planet
In the 1970's we had a gas shortage and in some places there was't gas for a day. Nothing happened. In Germany they had no driving sunday's. People can adapt to these things.
Pay the $280 ticket, get your license and drive off into the sunset like nothing ever happened.
Nothing had happened
Nothing Ever Happened was created in 2008-04.
I had this problem and took my 1990 cavalier to a shop. Nothing came up on diagnostic so they decided my ignition module and coil packs needed to be replaced. This fixed my problem but costed me around 450.00!