A problem in the fuel line could cause it to stall. On a stick shift, letting off the clutch too soon would cause the vehicle to stall.
overheating it would. Or if it was stick not being in the right gear trying to find the system causing it would help, if the air intake or filter was so clogged it couldn't suck air it could stall, and low fuel pressure could also make it stall rather slowly. Bad electrical connections could cause a quicker stall.
there are exterior stick on lights that will do fine in that moisture
Yes. Carbon deposits in the EGR valve can cause it to stick open a bit and cause a rough idle. If it is bad enough, the engine will stall out when you slow to a stop.
A sharp stick
if you stick a pin in ur eye u could be blind xx
There are number of factors that could b the cause of positive or negative charge e.g. Chemical Action , Heat , Light , Magnetic and Electric Fields.
Breaking a light stick is not a chemical in and of its self, but the subsequent process that produces light is.
could have: Check engine light, rough run, stall, poor fuel miliage. Also loss of power and pinging sound under loads such as hills or acceleration. Carbon build up causes this valve to stick in higher milage vehicles especially. Eowawa
Could be a bad throttle body
Check your transmission fluid level and also if the gear chamber is not well greased then it will make them stick causing the vehicle to stall.
They stick cause they melt sometimes
if its a stick shift and ur shifting it wrong then mabye that's why
Check to make sure that the light switches in the doors are working properly. Also, check to see that the dash light dimmer is not stuck on high, as this setting will cause the light to stick on.
A light stick is a toy that shows a physical change. A light stick is broken so it will light up. The liquid inside the stick completes a chemical change.
the float could stick
According to the owner's manual, the light is flashing because the transaxle has an electrical problem. Continuing to drive with it in this condition could cause damage to the unit.
Yes it is for eample a burning stick
No it could cause an infection.
The overhead light in the Neon could be stick on for several reasons. Check the door switches and light switch for failure. If the light uses an off timer, check the light relay to see if its stuck.
The stick used to light a Bunsen burner is called a splint however you have to light the splint with a match
This can only happen to shift stick cars, and how this happens is that the gears grind together!
Yes, a glow stick produces light by means of a chemical change.
I just got a Malik stick, 37.5", Light weight, and it's around 560grams. And I think the extra-light stick is around 40grams lighter.