Perhaps replace the fuel filter. Mary
change the fuel filter you have two
The cause for a 1991 Ford Taurus to just cut off while driving is probably a problem with the computer. If the car will start again after about 90 minutes, then check the computer module for code errors.
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
Maybe fuel vapor lock. Hard to pinpoint the cause with no 'hands on'
crank sensor ?
My guess would be the master cylinder failed.
At what point does it lose power? As you're driving? When you come to a stop? plugged converter
Fix it before you drive again-can be multi causes but is very unsafe
because it's a bad car
Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem. Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem.
Check your fuel pump.
This is a very vehicle specific question. You're going to need to ask again and specify what you're driving. Include make, model, year, and trim level. Causes include software errors and clogged evaporator cores and operator (driver) error and much much more. The fix can be as simple as removing a fuse for a few minutes, or it can be an all-day project. Generally, though, I think the most common causes are that you're either driving a very very old car or you're driving a GM.
Check out your fuel filter it sounds as if it is clogged and after sitting for a few minutes the debris falls away and lets it start and run until it becomes clogged again.
it may be the o2 scensor
the battery is flat or its to old
That is the correct spelling of "reelect" (to elect a sitting official again).
i can start the car, and it runs for a few meters, dies out like im giving it no gas. then it will not restart. after sitting about 10 minutes or so, it will start again and is drivable for a few more meters, then dies again to have the whole process rinse and repeat itself . it also makes a loud rattling noise like the valves are rattleing and then loses all horsepower then dies. once its started back up it sounds like the lifters are tapping, and just gets louder until the car dies again. it will not idle on its own.
Died while driving? Alternator
It's usually the fuel filter when a car does what you describe.
My car would die after driving 20 minutes because the fuel pump was over heating and shutting off. Full tank 40 minutes. the pressure was good 47psi but only untell it got hot then shut off and I would have to wait 20 to 30 minutes for it to cool again
Yes they can serve two terms