the choke could be sticking causing the car the flood
If a car engine stalls when turning, there could be a problem with the power steering pump. There could also be an issue with an emissions control device.
depends on the noise it makes when it stalls...could be vacuum leak, map sensor, fuel injectors, fuel pump, clogged air intake. have someone else start the engine as you look and listen for any strange noises as the engine stalls.
your exhaust is probly stopped up
check your vacuum hoses, they could be loose or they could have a leak
could be a vacuum leak >> http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Your_94_mercury_villager_stalls_when_slowing_down_idle_low_below_800rpm
Rough idling and sometimes kills the motor. It could also trip the check engine light to come on.
One reason that a 2000 GMC Jimmy engine stalls while driving could be your filter needing to be changed. The problem could also be a bad sensor.
My 89 jeep Cherokee surges at idle and sometimes stalls but runs fine once you are going what could cause this?
Engine stalling when applying brakes is usually indicative of a leaky brake booster. The brake booster uses and stores engine vacuum while driving to assist your braking effort (power brakes). When the booster's air diaphragm is leaking air, applying brakes causes a substantial vacuum leak in the intake manifold, causing the engine to stall.
It could.It could.
It could be a vacuum leak
could be lots of things is engine light on ? is there a vacuum leak check for a crack in the intake tube from the air box to the throttle body if engine lights on get code
Several things can cause a vehicle to run poorly and the engine to stall or hesitate. A problem with the choke, spark plugs, fuel pump, or fuel filter can cause engines to hesitate or stall.
Could be a vacuum hose disconnected. Most likely the half inch diameter one attached directly to the intake manifold, if engine won't even start.
A vacuum leak could cause that.
You have bad spark plugs and they need to be changed or there could be a bad vacuum line that needs to be replaced.
You could have a problem with a vacuum line.
A vacuum leak is one possibility.
This could be a number of things. Usually, a bad Fuel regulator, clogged fuel filter, or vacuum leak!
Some systems use engine vacuum to move the control doors. You could have a vacuum leak.
It could be a leaking vacuum hose to the power brake booster or the membrane in the booster could have a hole. When the brakes are applied, the booster is opened to the engine vacuum via the hose. The vacuum leak would then increase, causing the engine to stall.
If engine vacuum is low the brakes will be difficult to push. Sometimes, if the engine isn't running well when it's cold, the vacuum level will be low and the brakes won't work well. Have someone check that out for you.
this system operates using the engine vacuum. it could be a vacuum leak .