Mine is doing the same thing. First, clean the throttle body with carb cleaner. If that doen't solve the problem, it may be a sensor(MAP) or a vacuum leak in one of your hoses.
your fuel pump can be broken or your fuel injectors...
1st try checking the EGR valve. If the EGR valve is sticking or leaking it can force too much air into the air/fuel mixture causing the motor to stall out.
Is it low on Anti-Freeze? That is a known issue for a car to stall!
that specific, have the vehicle computer checked. hope it helps. duboff
Check your fuel filter/ pump. The pump is in the tank.
Yes, a bad O2 sensor would cause a 2002 Dodge Dakota to stall. It would also cause bad fuel mileage and hard idling within the vehicle.
TORQUE CONVERTER IS A LIKELY CAUSE
Could be several reasons, but the first one that comes to my mind is the IAC (Idle Air Control).
A faulty PCV valve can certainly cause idling problems, especially after the engine has warmed.
There are several things that can cause your 1991 Dodge Neon to stall when making a left-hand turn. The most common cause will be a loose or corroded ground wire.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
A dodge pickup 1500 would stall out while driving because of a defective air filter.
No, it would not. There are many things that could cause a stall at idle. The throttle plate could be dirty as well as the mass air flow sensor. You did not mention the kind of car or engine size. Is the check engine light on, is it when the engine is warmed up or cold?
you might have a vacuum leak in your intake manifold
If the fuel pump is the cause of the stall out.
try cleaning the throttle body
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:)
loose connection at battery or pcm or ipc bad ignition switch too much crap hanging from key
Why would my 1984 Dodge pick up truck stall at the light when I stop
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.
First, check the fuel filter. It could be letting just enough fuel through to start you going but not keep you going. Has you're catalytic converter ever been replaced? As they get warmed up they can shut down the exhaust system. How about your coil. When it gets warmed up it can stop working.
Do you have a check engine light on? I would consider the idle air control motor to be a likely culprit. You also might listen for the whistling sound of a vacuum system leak.