The idle air control valve; may not be operating properly.It is operated from the computer, by electric impulses; it works to control the amount of air needed for idle engine speed; its a cone shaped,tip on a shaft that ,moves in and out of a hole to control idle speed, by adjusting the amount of air to the engine: when shifting ,it take a little more power than, just plain idle; so you may have to clean the passage or the unit or change the idle control valve. it on the throttle body. 2 small screws hold it in place.(allen).
There can be many reason that will prevent a transmission from shifting into a particular gear. The most common reason is the transmission gear is worn smooth.
It could be out of gas.
The transmission computer has detected a malfunction. You need to have it checked for codes.
Simple answer: yes! Absolutely yes. It can even cause the liver to shut down.
You could shut up....
it could be the Alternator
replace the head light switch
Could be a coil or ICM, Ignition Control Module.
The overheat of the engine. You could find some information on Wikipedia.
Loose ground or pulse board failure.
the floor pan could be sagging due to rot around the heater channel. common cause.
There are several complications that can cause a 1999 Dodge Caravan to shut off while driving. Most common issues include ignition problems or fuel delivery problem.
Just about all of the engine sensors could cause it to not run.
None. Your body's organ systems are there for a reason, it could cause short and long term damage if one should shut down, even death.
Headlight power is not controlled by the ignition switch or keys. Damage to the turn signal lever could cause the 'flash to pass' circuit to stay on. Damage to the light switch could also cause the lights to stay on.
A bad timing belt could make the engine shut down but it would only happen once, not sometimes.
You have one of three problems: the clutch is misadjusted, the shift coupler has gone bad or the transmission has gone bad. The first thing I want you to do is to go to a deserted straight road, stop your car and shut your engine off WHILE YOU'RE IN THE ROAD!!! Set your handbrake and try putting the car in reverse. Does the shift feel good? Or does it feel like you're shifting in a bowl of mush? If your shifting is mushy, that's the shift coupler. Once you get the trans in reverse, make sure no one's coming and try starting the car. If the trans really is in a working reverse gear, it'll jerk around while it's starting and then it'll start going backward. (Which is why you don't want other cars coming toward you!) If you have a good shift coupler and you can't get it in reverse while you're shut off, take the car to a VW mechanic and have the trans looked at; you may need a new one.
a rough road can cause the fuel shut off switch to turn off
Bad clutching? Idle adjustment
Basically you reverse the word, from end to beginning. "Suougibma"shut up
Do you mean the switch on the dash to the left of the steering wheel that shows OFF at the top and a " P " and small triangle at the bottom ? That is the switch to shut off the reverse sensing system ( park assist ) You can only shut off the reverse sensing system when the ignition is on and the gear selector is in reverse
Bad fuel pump. Did you see what the fuel pressure was at the fuel rail ?
depression can cause illinesses. you can die of it or your body could just shut down and feel like it has no longer reason to go on
cam sensor or icp sensor!!
A very dirty fuel filter could cause that.