It is a Chip, sometimes referred to as a "super-chip". Chevy Corvette and truck with same engine, the chip is the only difference.
hopefully by 80 u mean 8000 rpms i'd say ur idle is set too high because the car won't idle at 80 rpms once it goes below a certain point it cuts out so i'd say find a way to loosen the throttle cable
crankshaft position sensor
This sounds like the TPS throttle position sensor. Mine also cuts out at 2,000rmp for a split sec and then clears up, it also idles up and down slightly between 800-1000. It's not bad enough for me to change it yet but this is what I was told.
fuel pump or crank sensor
Check engine light on, cuts out, no start.Check engine light on, cuts out, no start.
he cuts the rusted top part of the plane and reaches in to get the pack
No start, dies off, cuts out.
1999 buick park avenue cuts off while driveing during excelleration and dash board goes black, rpms dont work when driveing it while driveing it after it dies,if i pull over and restart it dash board comes back on and rpm gauge works,untill it cuts off again
check your mass air flow sensor
the knock sensor cuts the engine out so it won't damage the car if not replaced, the car just won't work.
fuel system check engine light on was diagnose as being the fuel sensor now car cuts off while driving What would be the problems? You think maybe the fuel sensor could be bad? It's nice when the check engine light gives you the answer
Stock Harleys come out of the showroom with fitted with a rev limiter that cuts the ignition out at around 5600 rpms. Gets kinda scary when you overtake a truck and halfway there the motor starts to cut out. Can be overcome by fitting an aftermarket ignition module that will rev out to about 7000 rpms.(more than enough for a harley)
you need to replace the cam shaft positioning sensor
how long does it run before it cuts out? If it runs for about 5 or 10 minutes and won't start again until it is cold it could be the crankshaft position sensor. If it runs for a few minutes, sounds more like a ECT (engine coolant temp) sensor.
Probably because the compressor is cycling on and off to maintain temperature without freezing. Compressor on car runs slower RPM, compreesor cuts out and RPMs go up.
its the Camshaft Position Sensor is bad which locates inside the distributor
It's a cycling clutch compressor, doing what it's designed to do. The AC system is set to operate within a specific pressure range. When it reaches the high side of that pressure range, the compressor clutch cuts out to relieve system pressure. When it reaches the low side of that pressure range, it cuts back on. What you're experiencing is perfectly normal.
Usually underneath the battery tray. If not the sensor, then check the wiring back through the fender for cuts etc. If not that, check battery and alternator.
check mass air flow sensor
I know for sure that the 87 accord does and I think that all Honda cars have tis feature
Camshaft Sensor fault... goes in to limp mode won't rev more than 4,5000 rpm Change sensor but make sur it is a genuine Seimans sensor
I think you have to defeat all the enemies in that part of the first. Then, it cuts to mini movie where he's free, or something like that. Hope that helps!
If there's a temp sender for the ECU change it Firstly make sure nothing is causing overheating like coolant and water levels. It is common for the temperature sensor to be faulty and not turning on the cooling systems in time to prevent overheating. Be careful in diagnisis because the corsa's sensor will have to be located from underneath and might require a mechanic.
The bank 1 sensor 2 O2 sensor on that vehicle should be the sensor after the catalytic converter. Inspect the wiring for damage, cuts and such, if the wiring looks okay it is probably the heater circuit within the sensor, replace the sensor. Unplug the wire harness from the sensor and cut the wires off at the sensor. This will allow you to slip a 7/8" box wrench over the sensor to remove it. Install the new sensor using a 7/8" open end wrench, tighten it as you would a spark plug. Reconnect the wire harness.
the sensor for your side stand may not be working so it thinks the stand is down and cuts out as a safety feature.