I am having the same problem with my 2000 GT and it is getting worse. I finally got the engine light to come on and took it to Autozone. It said it was either the MAF sensor or the MAP. So that is all i know. I am trying to find more out before i start playing with those or break down and take it in.
A bad fuel pump can cause stalling. The oil pressure will show low oil on the lights or gauges but if the pressure is ok then the switch should not cause stalling.
Damage of the blades of the compressor ,cauesd due high angles of pressure ,caused by air flow is called stalling of a compressor
It can if its dirty enough. Spend ten bucks and replace it to see if your stalling goes away. Replaced mine today and its purrin.
Air in the fuel line?? There is a filter in your tank that may need to be replaced.
Could be the Fuel Pressure Regulator
A fuel rail pressure regulator could cause trouble.
, They replaced for me the Ignition module and Fuel pump relay so that it could be restarted, then the EGR valve to keep it from stalling at stop lights; then I also replaced the Fuel Pressure Regulator diaphragm and Idle Air Control Valve, TPS sensor, IAF sensor, and finally the EGR Valve Solenoid which seems to give much more stable idle when in gear at a stoplight. Hope this helps
dont know specifically. i was having idle problems, i remember somebody mentioning a temp sensor as something that could cause this .
Yes the fuel pressure regulater will cause stalling and a few more things too ..like back fire, sputtering,and in some cases they squirt gas all over the engine. good luck Ed....(mrjunky)
check throttle plate builds up with carbon
bad ignition switch. had the same problem until I replaced it.
stalling, but not often?
Idle air control? Fuel pump? Coil?
You might own a Daimler-Chrysler product. Consider cleaning (the inside of) the throttle body.
Noisy fuel pump, stalling, or engine will not start and you have no fuel pressure.
Rough idle, low injector pressure Sputtering stalling. lack of power
As strange as it may sound, If your battery is old and getting weak, it can cause that stalling problem with the Dakotas. Your IAC may also need to be cleaned/replaced. Good luck ........
My Understanding for stalling protection When the motor is overloaded or the Stalling or locking the rotor overheat generated , due the presence the stalling protection operates.
If it is stalling when putting it into gear but not while idleing I would check your mass air flow sensor. It may need to be cleaned or replaced. If it is stalling when putting it into gear but not while idleing I would check your mass air flow sensor. It may need to be cleaned or replaced.
Stalling under what conditions?
Max Stalling was born in 1967.
I have changed the fuel pump on my 1993 Pontic Bonneville, it still is stalling any clues why? could be Fuel Pressure Regulator http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKtR_yF7bi8&feature=related
Check your IAC it may need to be replaced/cleaned
Yes, My ignition module was bad, I experienced intermittent stalling. My mechanic replaced and it stopped.
load sensing as used in powersteering pump. engine rpm increased at idle on tight turns to prevent stalling. pressure switch found on steering rack. load sensing as used in powersteering pump. engine rpm increased at idle on tight turns to prevent stalling. pressure switch found on steering rack.