What would cause a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder to not start sometimes and stall while driving after replacing fuel pump fuel filter distributor cap rotor plugs and wires?
Aside from checking the basics, such as the ground wire connection, vacuum hoses, and all ignition and fuel-related tune-up parts, another possibility is the air flow sensor. A bad sensor can cause hard starting, hesitation, and stalling. This is a relatively common problem on Nissan trucks and Pathfinders.
I had a similar problem with my Mazda 626. The car will completely stall while driving and can not be started again except after few minutes.It turned out to be my distributor electronic ignition component gets overheated and stop functioning.When it cools off it starts again. Replacing the distributor solve the problem.
Why would a 1998 Nissan Frontier hesitate or stall when it is raining or after driving through water?
Solved this problem with new spark plugs/wires and a new distributor cap, about 100 bucks for parts If a lot of water gets sucked up into the filter box, the paper filter will get wet- effectively choking the engine out of air. Check it out in the rain some Night, In the night you can see if there is blue spark over your engine. It could be cracked ignition wires coming from the spark plugs…
What could cause a 1990 Chevy Corsica LTZ that starts OK to suddenly quit after 5 or 6 miles driving but restart after an hour or so?
Why would a 1993 Ford Mustang with a fuel injected 5.0 die while driving and not run even after replacing ignition coil and fuel pump?
Check for spark to the plugs. I no spark is observed think ignition module this is common on mustang 5.0s It does have spark on each and every spark plug. It will sometimes start but it wont stay running. I'd definitely check your ignition module located on the side of the distributor. They are notorious for going bad on those cars. Make sure, if you replace it, that you use dielectric grease on the back…