Aside from lack of gasoline(or diesel), lack of power may also be driven by drained battery or lack of ignition(ignition system failure). the comment below is correct. it is hard to give a specific answer for this since there are a lot that can cause lack of power and it may variy from car makes and models.Answer
Best to have problem diagnosed with proper equipment. A good shop could run obdII tests, smoke test for vaccum leaks, misfire or lack of ignition. One easy diagnosis is to spray carb or throttle body cleaner in the throttle while giving gas and if the engine improves you have a fuel delivery issue if it stays the same then you have a breather problem. (exhaust leaks, vaccum leaks, or emmission components.Answerif your whole car completely shut off your distributor cap could have came off. that happen to me one time while driving.
Not enough horse power or in the wrong gear.
You may need rotors
The most common cause for a car to lose power and then cut out is a bad fuel pump. The fuel pump will steadily get worse and eventually the car will not start.
if its bogging down it could be catalic converter
By itself, the thermostat would have to be stuck closed causing a severe overheat condition to cause a loss of power.
If the car has high miles, try checking the catalytic converter. If it is clogged it will cause the vehicle to lose power.
A malfunctioning oxygen sensor can cause the engine to be low on power.
i would say loose power
A late oil change will not cause of car to lose power. Oil is used to keep the engine components lubricated. The lose of power may be coming from the car running to lean. Take to the car to receive a diagnostics test.
Plugged muffler ot cat converter
No, but a bad alternator will.
A partially clogged fuel filter will cause hard starting, stalling, and loss of power. It will also cause the fuel pump to overheat and self destruct.
The large chunk of tire tread may have ripped the wires off a O2 sensor.
runs out of petral,but that's power for a car so yes
The most common cause for an engine to lose power is a plugged fuel line or nonworking fuel pump. A plugged air filter can also cause the problem.
Bad battery, Parasitic drain.
Stripped transmission, low transmission fluid.
Yes, it sure can.
engine misfire. i have a '96 Chevy blazer but i don't have that problem, i was reading reviews on the car and found out that some of them do that.
Probably the alternator, dim lights, all gages drop, comes to a halt with no power, over 120000 mi gm.
No power steering fluid, broken pump, or broken lines.
a car would lose power and burn oil by getting old or maybe if its burning a lot of oil u should switch to a different type like vavoline or penzoil.