What would cause a 95 Nissan 240 sx to stall while driving but restart with no problem?
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What would be the cause of a 1993 ford probe with a 2.0 engine to stall out while driving down the highway?
While driving my car died. The check engine, brake and battery light all came on. It did restart after about 10 minutes and died again 10 minutes later after idling for about 5 minutes. What would cause this? You have to take your car to a shop that can read the obdII fault codes. And then take it from there ...
Does the 1996 Nissan maxima have an intermittent problem with the check engine light coming on and off?
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.
Does a vapor lock problem or something else cause a 1992 Buick LeSabre to stalls and refuse to restart in hot weather?
What would cause 1995 Buick supercharged to stall and only turn over It stalled while driving just was coasting?
I had a similar problem with my 1992 Buick Park Avenue - it would cut out while driving - After replacing alot of sensors, maf, and coils etc - which did nothing - i found the problem was with the crankshaft position sensor - this is about $22 at autozone - not too hard to replace. Now no problems with cutting out at all. It could also be the timing belt. If the timing belt…
A failing or bad coil can cause an engine to stall. After cooling for a while, it is often possible to restart the engine. A fuel delivery problem could also cause stalling. For instance, if the car usually only stalls when the engine is under a heavy load, the problem would probably just be a clogged fuel filter.
I had this problem on an older (1987) Nissan pickup and it had two injectors one of which had gone bad- replaced it and it fixed the problem. If I remember correctly it was designed to use one injector up to a certain speed and then the other was made to kick in for higher speeds. This may be your problem if you have a 4 cyclinder- if you have a V-6, I don't know.