The Alero is made by Oldsmobile not Chrysler. My first suspicion would be a failed fuel pump or clogged fuel filter.
Defective fuel pump would be the most likely cause, but it can be other things.
Replace the fuel filter and have the ignition module checked.
Change the fuel filter first.
Check engine light on?? Not running on all cylinders?
Some things that can cause a car to stall while driving it include a bad fuel pump, running out of gas, and low fuel pressure. A clogged catalytic converter can also cause this to happen.
torkconveter lockup switch is faulty
Yes, that is on of many possible causes.
You've run out of fuel...
Most likely cause is a leak. Could be a shock or a line.
sounds like a bad power steering pump
I totally believe that you will never find a carb kit for your alero cause it does not have a carb it is a fuel injected engine.
need a new engine most likely. driving dry or on low oil for a few miles will cause that..it will be cheaper for you to just get a used engine with lower miles from a junk yard than taking it apart and rebuilding it..
A likely cause is an internally restricted radiator.
Loss of fuel (fuel pump) loss of ignition ( crankshaft or camshaft sensor or wiring)
There are several reasons that can cause your 1995 Buick Century to quit running. The most common reason is a lack of fuel. A bad fuel pump can cause the engine to quit running.
hi - we have a 2004 olds alero and have question about fuel milage . we get at best 16.3 mpg city ,is this normal ?
It is important to maintain speed while driving, unless coming to a stop. A car would decelerate if there was not enough fuel or electricity to keep the car running.
check the ignition coil probably becomes open circuit when hot
PICK UP COIL ON DISTRIBUTER IS CAUSE..................CHECK FOR OPEN CIRCUIT.............
a bad sensor. the alero is notorius for many bad sensors. not an expensive replacement though
You won't, cause there isn't one.
In my 1999 Alero, it did this and it was traced back to the power steering pump going bad.
Poor preventative maintenance is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns.
The engine running will cause air to come out of a running engine. The Internal combustion engine sucks in air, mixes it with fuel, ignites it, and then blows the resulting gasses out. Also the fan in front of the radiator moves alot of air. So unless you are coasting down a hill with the engine off, it's supposed to be blowing air while you are driving.
A bad fuel pump can cause your 2006 Chrysler 300 engine to shut off. Many times the fuel pump does not give any warning, it just stops working.