check the crank shaft actuator?
Wheels are out of balance
less stop and go driving causes less wear and tear on engine components.
Hmm... while driving, and/or intermittently? Or has something really gone south and the car just has no guts ever? Can you be a little more precise? FriPilot
Check fluid level, (90 weight oil)
most likely a bad turn signal flasher
check the ground wire connection to make sure its clean and in good contact. Cut and replace it also may have been pinched and cuts off during driving
Could possbly be an infection, see a Dr.
When it dies, is it a sudden stall, or does it run rough, and then die? If its sudden, it is most likely a electrical problem, but if it runs rough, or dies when accelerating, it might be mechanical. Such as the fuel lines, carb, etc.
Primarily wind and water.
highway robbery is caused by unemployment in the country and other times laziness to work.
Annoying or loud noises. Annoying noises would be young children in the back of the car or other passangers distracted you from your driving. A loud noise could be that of honking horns if you're on a jammed highway. Those are just two examples. Stress of carful driving could do it too.
You may have an ABS sensor going out at one of the wheels.
when the engine dies
drive shaft carrier bearing needs to be replaced
Air in the water system.
Driving while distracted
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