Sounds like a loose ground wire. Vibrations of the vehicle cause intermittent service interruptions.
Either low on freon by having a leak in the system or you have some type of electrical problem...........
check your coil it could be warming up and expanding inside might be internal crack
You should not get shocked, if you do, there is a serious electrical problem
Your car may stall or stop running after idle because of a problem with its fuel or electrical system.
if the compressor is Running you are low on freon, if its not then you have a electrical problem
I have a 95 galant that would just quit running at a stop or even driving it would just loose all electrical power. It turned out to be the cheap alarm system they put in it. when i removed the alarm it quit having the problem.
the air conditioner shouldn't have anything to do with it. there could be a problem with your tires or your driving or your kid could be jumping on the seat
it sounds most likely to be an electrical problem.
If your lights pulsate while the car is running in your E320, you probably have a problem with the alternator or distributor. This type of issue is most likely electrical.
An electrical problem.
Had the same problem and come to find out that it was the cars computer malfunctioning.
A flow of electrical charges running through a medium is known as an electrical current.
You may have an electrical problem and it does not get hot enough setting while running. Try driving it untel it quits then have another person check spark while you try to start.
Yes, If you been to a long drive & park it near the long dried grass. Also you can have an electrical problem and start on fire.
The ones you leave turned on and running when you're not using them.
I had that problem on my 94 Olds Bravada, a vacuum hose came loose running to the intake plenum.
when i am driving my toyato 2001 Eaco stops running, it will start back up
No. God no. What kind of show do you think Electrical Engineers are running?
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I had the same problem. On my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT. Spray WD-40 on all the door jams. This should take care of problem.
First step is to find out why. If the key is not shutting down the current to the primary side of the coil, that is a simple electrical problem. If the engine is "running on" or "dieseling", that is a timing problem or possibly a carb problem. More information would be needed for a better answer.
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Likely cause is an electrical problem in the EBCM. Unfortunately it is replaced w/ the abs pump as they are one unit. Very pricey!