i'll give you several answers . you could have water in your gas, you may need to replace your air filter, fuel filter, you may have a bad spark plug or spark plug wires, your timing could be off. i
I have a 1998 Taurus and I had a stalling problem - took to shop and for about $27 he changed my hoses that was my problem, hole in hose and cracks from age of hoses.
The ac could be causing the problem. Turn the ac off, and watch the compressor clutch to see if it is not engaged. If it is then the compressor or clutch could be bogging the engine down.
check your hoses, there could be a vacuum hose with a leak causing this problem
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
It could be a problem in the air mass or the fuel pump
Your Baja Doodlebug is not getting the proper amount of gas if it is stalling out. This could be due to a problem with your fuel lines, fuel pump, or fuel intakes.
you mean like overheating? could be a number of problems, radiator leak, radiator broke, radiator fan, leaky hose, broken water pump, broken head or head gasket, or the car running to lean.
what could be causing lost of gas milage in my 2004 lincoln ls
Something else to check - this happened to me so I consulted with local authorized Nissan mechanic. Change the worn distributor cap. Simple as that and it fixed this problem for me.
could be a fuel problem, possible a plugged converter,
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Possibly. That was the problem with my 2003 4.0.
Several things could be causing this problem. The timing could be off, or several sensors could be causing the problem. If possible check the computer codes. If not, then start with a possible clogged egr valve, then the crankshaft sensor.
Could be a bad wheel bearing
You could have a blown fuse, these lights may also have a knob to dim them make sure this is on.
If someone is having a problem and they are drinking protein drinks, this could cause further problems. If they aren't gaining weight or they are having digestive issues because of it, this could be related to the protein drink.
I believe the water causes condensation in the gas,and could cause a problem with stalling. Provided it is an older model car.
This means it is a generator fuel control problem. You need to take it in to a mechanic to have it fixed as you could have stalling problems.
Idle Air control valve
The transmission for the 1996 Chevy 3500 could be jumping from overdrive for several reasons. The transmission could have a vacuum or electrical problem causing it to come out of overdrive. Or, there could be an internal valve problem causing this to happen.
check to see how dirty your air filter is. if is too dirty it could cause the problem it was the cause of mine.
A car engine stalling is not only related to air filter problems. If you air filter was plugged enough to make the car stall then changing the filter would have cured the stalling problem. It sounds like you have a fuel delivery problem seeing as the car will not go over 10mph. Could be a simple as changing the fuel filter. If that doesn't help, your fuel pump could be failing. This is for a non fuel injected vehicle. If your vehicle is fuel injected then the car needs to be taken to a mechanic who can properly diagnose the problem. Hope this helps.
You could have a problem with your spark plugs or wires, causing a misfire. If there is a check engine light on, you may have a problem with one of your sensors such as the Mass Airflow Sensor. The other possibilities have to do with fuel delivery - clogged fuel filter, dirty injectors, or a fuel pump on its way out.
check the thermostat or the fan motor could be the problem or a leak in radiator. just a thought
The engine could be overheating and stalling, or it could be the drivetrain system. Whatever it is I would highly consider taking it to a trained automachanic.
If your car is stalling while it is idling you could have a vacuum leak in one of your hoses. I had that problem on my 2000 escort ZX2.