My son has a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville LE with a 3.8 Liter engine with Air Conditioning. He was experiencing stalling while driving, and intermittent problems restarting the vehicle unless he waited for a while. He also had problems restarting the car after about 10 mins. If it ran, the car would run fine (i.e. no hestiation or jerkiness). This did not appear to exhibit any attitudinal, acceleration or turning issues that would bring it on. The 'Service Engine Soon' light would come on intermittently, but no noteable engine noises or performance while driving. Our mechanic was able to get the Code read, which was "34 - Mass Airflow Sensor". They changed it out and he no longer has the problems. Note that we had the charging system checked out a couple of days before we finally brought the car to our shop, but it was OK. I hope this helps you!
One thing that would cause your 1999 Pontiac Montana to stall at idle is the idle being set too low. You should raise it to see if that fixes the problem.
Not using premium fuel caused that in my 2004 Navigator.
crankshaft position censor
delay, wait, hesitate
Yes, a catalytic converter can cause a vehicle to vibrate and stall. It will do this when it gets plugged because it causes the fuel mix to be disturbed.
A leak in the brake booster is one common reason why a car would stall or hesitate when the brakes are pushed. There could also be an obstruction in the brake line.
Several things can cause a vehicle to run poorly and the engine to stall or hesitate. A problem with the choke, spark plugs, fuel pump, or fuel filter can cause engines to hesitate or stall.
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the problem may be that the timing chain or belt has broken
A very dirty fuel filter could do that.
alternator is bad
replace your cam sensor and your problem will be solved
one of the map sensor or vacuum switch.
The cause is most likely electrical, with a possible chaffed wire, loose connector connection or loose ground wire leading to the engine, transmission or elsewhere.
No. The water on the road won't make your vehicle stall.
stall at a higher airspeed.
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.
The brake master cylinder has nothing to do with the way the car runs. It certainly wouldn't cause it to stall.....Maybe the brake booster?
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.
Alternator fails to supply power.
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.
Is it low on Anti-Freeze? That is a known issue for a car to stall!
What is the computer telling you? Read the computer diagnostic code and you'll get a reasonably accurate idea of what's wrong.