Because you a fat piece of load that needs to lose some weight
Need a bit more info. What motor and year? Are there any other symptoms?
Does your car have overdrive? Does it stall when going uphill? If you answered yes to these it is possible that your transmission kick down isn't working.The kickdown basically detects when the car becomes under load and shifts the transmission down a gear.
it cut be afolty relay or full pump goin bad
If you have an automatic tranny, and the fluid is low, it may not gear down on the hills and may possibly stall. Check this out first.
this could be several problems. I need more detail. most likely a fuel problem. Injectors or fuel filter.
A faulty fuel injector can cause your Ford Windstar to run rough and feel like it's going to stall. A dirty or plugged air filter can also cause the vehicle to stall.
going that slow for a certain amount of time will cause it to stall after 10 minutes it should stop. if not go see your dealer about it:)
I would suspect fuel pump failure.
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.
as a rule the car backing up is more responcible cause they should be being a lot more carefull and watchfull
No. The water on the road won't make your vehicle stall.
stall at a higher airspeed.
A bad water pump can cause your car to stall if the bearing has failed or it is causing overheating. A seized bearing will put excessive strain on the engine and stall it out.
The most common cause of a automobile stalling, while driving, is and electronic fuel pump going bad. The vehicle will begin to stall more and more and eventually not run at all.
Is it low on Anti-Freeze? That is a known issue for a car to stall!
It maybe fuel line related, as it only happens to me when I keep my tank at low levels. I use a good fuel injection cleaner and take easy for awhile, once i to replace my fuel filter. But this is just a guess.
Are you saying switching? If so, the answer is no. Switching batteries will not cause it to stall as long as you install a fully charged battery.
Even a good EGR valve may cause an engine to stall in hot weather.
low transmission fluid or your tranny could be going out.
I've had the same problem with mine. It was a low voltage problem. check all your connections, clean the terminals, make sure your battery and alternator are good.
with me it was the o2 censer