if a fuel pump relay is bad the fuel pump will not even come on. It could cause the vehicle to stall but I would look elsewhere first. Have a mechanic check the fuel pressure. You can check the relay by applying 12 volts to the coil side of the relay and that will cause the contacts to close and you can check voltage at the contact side of the relay. If your fuel pressure is fine I would check the ignition system. Are you getting fire to all your spark plugs. Is the check engine light on? The ignition control module can cause a stall when it get hot. More troubleshooting is needed to pin point the problem..
1997 are prone to having a bad ignition switch. It can cause stalling, hard shifting, crazy dashlights, hard start, no start,
A tall vehicle maybe a double-decker going round a tight turn at a high speed
Clutch bearing may be going out on kompressor.
When a fuel pump is bad the vehicle will not start. A fuel pump that is going bad may cause the vehicle to shut off while going down the road.
If the officer feels that there might be something illegal going on in the vehicle he/she is allowed to pull your over. Probable cause is basically speeding, DUI, basic rules of the road violations.
No. Officers can only search your vehicle if 1) you consent or 2) if they have probable cause. If the officer has probable cause to search your vehicle, they generally won't ask you for permission, but will instead tell you that they are going to search your vehicle. Whether probable cause for a search exists depends on the circumstances.
what should you do when going down a steep grade in a heavy vehicle?
Bad fuel pump will cause the engine to stall or not start at all. A bad automatic transmission will cause the vehicle to jerk and not run smoothly.
cheap to fix, it is a 39 dollar part and can be fixed in 30 min or less. it is located inside the intake manifold very easy fix, and a VERY common problem!!!
AnswerLoose or corroded battery cable? Ive had the same problem had it replaced 3 times in one year. they said its just a defect on oldsmobiles. If you leave the accessory on at all it seams to trigger it.
Yes because if the car in front of you was going faster, the distance between the vehicle your in and the one in front of you would grow but, if the car was going slower than the speed your going, the vehicle will become closer. :)
its attached to the distributor, right at the base, should have two electrical plugs going into it, one from the coil
if you have a "chipped " key, the security system is not recognizing the signal. Have you tried a spare key.?
The line that you fill freon to in a car is known as the fill line. Going past the line can cause overflow, or even damage your vehicle.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
u need to check te fuses but also try and check if there is going any power to the flasher and out...it might be the cause of multiple lost of power..
Of course. If it was taken without the owners permission how are they supposed to know who took it or if it was going to be returned to them?
no this can not cause a virus.
It may if you are driving a company vehicle and are on company time. However, if you are driving your own vehicle and are simply going to or coming home from work, the only coverage you have is your vehicle insurance.
get a tune-up change your plugs and wires and your cap and rotor
I would say no and ask her to stop because if she does that, her life can be lost by a vehicle which will also cause my love.
It is important for a vehicle to run smoothly, and give the passengers a smooth ride. The cause of this vehicle jerking could be due to lack of electrical flow, lack of fuel or the computer going bad.
Your alignment could be off. Meaning your tires are either facing out a bit, or facing in a bit. This can cause your tires to go bad. Your local garage should be able to do a alignment on your vehicle to straighten things up.
Any vehicle that is going to be used for commercial purposes would qualify for a commercial vehicle loan. You will also have to have commercial insurance on the vehicle.
My mechanic found a wire under the driver's side seat that had rubbed bare and was touching the metal underneath and triggering the locks to activate randomly on their own.