I was told the computer was bad. I would test the computer first. It may also be the ignition module. I had the same problem with my '94 Mazda truck. It would be running fine and then just shut off. Also had trouble starting up every now and again. Usually i could just tap on the ignition module several times and it would start right up.
A bad compressor belt can cause a whistling noise while running the air conditioner. A bad engine can also cause this noise.
The steering nozzle is part of the PWC that can cause severe internal injuries while running.
Crank angle sensor
You've run out of fuel...
What causes my Mazda mx3 to turn off while driving down the road.
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.
high stress while running long distance.like a shy football player running with his coach yelling at him.
Not while running, but building and installing them caused some.
Sounds to me like you may have rotted fuel lines.
if your car has air con on it while the engine is running it will be the aircon pump switching on and off hope this helps you out nate
Wheel hubs or bearings or could be the CV shafts.
Running out of gas, timing chain breaks.
strain on the ligaments connecting the liver to the diaphragm is the cause
Out of Oil Out of Water Out of Gas Dead Alternator
Many things. Mine did that when my spark plugs were misfiring. Check your entire timing system starting with the spark plugs and wires. Get diagnostics done at Autozone and it will tell you immediately. i had a vacumm line off on mine
Yes, and disconnecting the battery while the engine is running can severely damage the computers
Alternator is no longer working properly.
That is a possibility.That is a possibility.
Valve seals will usually cause smoke at start up, and much lees while running, rings will smoke badly while running, and may have issues with crankcase pressure.
If its a motor knock it will do that while sitting/reving engine not just driving. If it's only while driving try different things to check it out. Does it do it over bumps?(parking lot speed bumps are a good test track) Maybe only when cornering? Try pushing up & down on the truck while its sitting and see if it does it. Does it shake also?
Something is out of balance. The most common cause is blades that have been sharpened incorrectly.
While ITBS will not explicitly prevent you from running, it can cause sever pain at the knee, which will stop most runners from moving. It can be treated by icing and elevating the leg.