motor mount? I suspect you have a broken motor mount.
An ignition miss would occure at those times. Especially at 50-55 mph, I would suspect secondary ignition components... Plugs, wires, etc...
It is the idling sensor on top of the intake
Yupp Clogged fuel filter. Hole in the gas line.
Is the AC turned on?
There are several things that can cause your Jeep to stall while idling. The timing may be off or your fuel filter may be clogged.
Possibly. The main thing it can cause is severe engine wear. Too much oil is just as bad as too little.
Engine temperature rising when the engine is idling is normal. The car is sitting still and no air is entering the engine compartment. This will cause the engine temperature to rise. The cooling fans then come on and the engine returns to a normal temperature. Unless the cooling fans do not bring the temperature down, you have no problems and this is totally normal.
An engine revving to high RPMs could be a symptom of many conditions. The potential cause?æalso depends on whether this happens?æwhile idling or while driving.
you are flooding the engine
The spark plug gap can cause the RPMs to fluctuate, while idling. The more probable cause of the fluctuating RPMs is a bad camshaft.
There can be many reasons why a car surges while idling. Some of these reasons are the computer could be dying, or the fuel injector are giving the engine too much gas.
There are several things that could cause this. The first thing to investigate, though, is the idle speed your engine is set at. As with any engine, if the idle is set too low, the engine will not continue running.
The most likely cause is a faulty engine crankshaft position sensor.
Trans fluid is always checked with car level and idling while warmed up.
No, very doubtful.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
A bad PCV can cause the engine to be pressurized internally, thus forcing oil out of important seals. This can cause a white/blue smoke from your tailpipe when the oil is then burned. A clogged PCV will also cause the engine to loop while idling, and possibly hesitate under acceleration.
It should be idling at approximately 625 rpm while the engine is warm.
The "check engine" light should be illuminated. Start with investigating the code(s). They may lead you to the cause.
A) It needs to be serviced. B) An animal in your trunk is uneasy when the engine idles.
The most common cause for an engine to die out, while idling, is the idle speed is set to low. You can adjust the idle speed with the fuel injector vital screw.
Open the hood while the vehicle in running. Rev it up from the engine bay manually and listen to the location of the noise. The noise can be from the engine oil system. Have a repair expert check the car if necessary.
The 1995 Monte Carlo could have a vacuum leak. An engine vacuum leak can make the car idle up and accelerate.