I have a 1995 1.9 escort and have the same problem. If the car runs better when it is HOT you may want to roll-the-dice and replace the coolant temperature sensor for $15. TWO mechanics have mentioned this. It is easy to replace and might be the problem. You may also want to research the simple process of removing the big plastic air tube and clean the throttle plate area with a toothbrush and some gum out spray. The Idle Air control valve is above the throttle plate and is easly removed and cleaned........2 screws hold it in place.
Check the shift unlock solenoid. The solenoid is known to go bad and cause this issue in a tracer.
Overload or short to ground
you could have a short between the two.
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 1.8 and the 1.9 liter four cylinder engines used in a 1995 Mercury Tracer are ( NON - INTERFERENCE engines )
You could try recharging the battery, or having the connections checked by a mechanic.
Hey Danny!!1 TAke it to the garage before you put yourself in the poor house by guessing as the battery nor alternator can cause stalling when starting.
A bad fuel pump can cause stalling. The oil pressure will show low oil on the lights or gauges but if the pressure is ok then the switch should not cause stalling.
a startup folder is a folder in the system configuration utility that has programs in it that loads or runs whenever you startup your computer could p.s ... could cause slower startup if to much is in it
A 2004 Dodge Ram will begin stalling out when it is not receiving enough fuel or air. A weak spark or defective spark plugs will also cause stalling.
You need to have the codes read. You can then diagnose the codes. The code will probably point to the cause of the stalling.
A bad distributor will cause stalling in all cars, not just maximas But there alot of other things that can cause stalling to dirty fuel filter - electrical short - dirty injectors - etc. Have a mechanic put it on a diagnostic machine before you invest in a distributor.
yes! Too much oil can cause the spark plugs to foul(ie;oil fouled)a black oily electroid prouducing a weak spark. Which in turn could cause stalling.
You could check the switch on the brake pedal, sometimes they need to be adjusted so the cruise will stay on.
It could.It could.
if it was electical u would notice gauges fluctuating. cougars have problems with the fuel filters getting clogged which would cause hesitation and in extreme cases stalling
white exhaust and rough running usually indicate possible blown head gasket.
The burn from a tracer round.
Yes, if it's clogged up.
ck bulbs first then ground circuit and power on trunk lights.Ground most likely
It can if its dirty enough. Spend ten bucks and replace it to see if your stalling goes away. Replaced mine today and its purrin.
Try your tcc solenoid on the transmission
Generally speaking, a stoppage of gasoline to one of its engine cylinders will cause a car to seem like it's stalling.
A fuel rail pressure regulator could cause trouble.
It shouldn't unless you messed up the 02 sensors.