Ecm, control module Pukenstein@aol.com Also quite possibly an ignition control module. This is famous in most Ford and GM vehicles. Chrysler vehicles tend to have a problem with the "pick-up" assembly or the little black disc under the distributer cap. if it is fuel injected try checking the fuel pressure regulator Chrysler vehicles tend to have a problem with the "pick-up" assembly or the little black disc under the distributer cap.
Most likely a gain in weight that would bring her back into fertile weight again. Or hormone therapy.
A disconnection in your wiring. loose wiring.
bad battery or loose battery cable
My 92 PA had the same problem. After it cooled down it would start again. The crank and the cam sensors were found to be bad. These were replaced and I have had no problem since.
you have a bad crank senser
Faulty light bulbs, damaged engine.
Clogged fuel filter, or failing fuel pump.
You should see your OBGYN.
Have you checked the fuel pump and gas tank? Also fuel lines and fuel filter. Low flow will cause one to die because of fuel starvation, but then start again because it takes little to start.
Many times an electronic fuel pump, that is going bad, will cause the engine to stop running and then start again. The fuel pump will eventually get worse.
It could be that your head gasket is shot. It may cause your antifreeze to leak, and your engine will overheat.
The engine needs fuel, compression and spark. You are missing one of those.
The first thing I would do is replace the fuel filter and make sure the fuel pump is actually running when it dies. The pump may be overheating and shutting down. A clogged fuel filter will cause this.
Probably not, although it could lead to other problems which would cause your car not to start.
It is the crank positioning sensor.
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battery needs replacing, make sure you replace it with a battery of correct cranking amps
It is possible that the fuel pump is going out I would check the fuel pressure to make sure it is up were iot should be,
yes gas can and will get old over time and can cause a car not to start i would drain the old gas put new gas in pull the plugs clean them with a wire brush or get new plugs and try starting it again and go from there
check youralternator plugs, and then if that does not work try checking vacuum lines or MAF. Timing belt is possibly slipping but that would cause more damage and once out of line would not let you start it up again
I have the same problem. Let me know if you find out.