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
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,
Possibly. That was the problem with my 2003 4.0.
It could.It could.