Why did you change the filter? Was it really bad? Could you 'see' debris in it or couldn't blow thru it? Pump may be going out if your original problem for changing the filter has remained(not enough fuel to engine), can be checked by taking off coil wire to cap(BE CAREFUL OF SPARKS), turning the engine with fuel line aimed into can and putting your finger over end of line to check the pressure. You shouldn't be able to stop it very easily. Dokter Denney
need to replace the intake manifold gasket
A car that is stopped with the engine running.
Yes, "sparkling plugs" is definitely detrimental to idling or smooth running of an engine
There are many reasons why your car might vibrate while it is idling. It could be running too hard for example.
If the air filter is not changed in time it gets partially clogged, resulting in poor engine performance; particularly in EFI eingines. Disturbed and irratic idling is resulted along with higher fuel consumption.
a dirty air filter or a dirty fuel filter will cause a diesel to smoke
Idling is what your car is doing when it is just sitting somewhere running. As soon as you press on the gas it is no longer idling. Your idle speed is the number of RPMs your engine runs at when you are idling.
old fuel filter
There are several things that can cause your Jeep to stall while idling. The timing may be off or your fuel filter may be clogged.
Enough to get the level to the safe zone on the dipstick while idling in park. It depends on why you are adding. If you changed the filter in the pan, start with 4 quarts.
If the car dies while idling, the timing might be off. Other causes can include a clogged fuel filter or a bad spark plug.
Yupp Clogged fuel filter. Hole in the gas line.
13.5 to 15.5 volts with the engine idling.
Leave idling, on level ground, at running temp
Yes, idling in park.
A worn or loose out of adjustment drive belt could be the cause.
At 35mph it runs rough. Also when idling it will quit running, sometimes. Does that sound like I need new spark plugs? How many miles are new plugs & wires good for?
Because - if an engine (powered by fossil fuels) is running - even at idling speed, it's still producing waste gasses - which polute the atmosphere !
The condenser fan is more likely to run when the car is idling. So if it NEVER comes on when idling you definitely have a problem. If the condenser is not cooled, then your compressor could get overloaded. It may be a problem with a relay that is preventing the fan from running - or some other issue.
I have had the same issue in my 92 gt and i replaced the fuel filter, vacume lines,and changed the tranny fluid and problem was gone due to one of the three changes
The engine is running rich. Clean or replace the spark plug and the air filter. If problem persists, close (turn clockwise) the needle valve on the carburetor 1/8 turn.
Possible clogged or partially clogged fuel filter, or a timing issue.
Belt is probably not timed correctly.
Defective cooling fan or bad fan relay.