weak fuel pump.
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Honda Accord to stall on acceleration. The most common cause is a plugged or dirty air filter.
A 1998 Honda Accord could stall because it is out of gas. The car could also stall because of a bad computer.
A bad fuel line can cause a 98 Toyota Camry to stall during acceleration. This happens when the line can not get proper fuel to the engine.
The primary cause of a 1994 Honda Accord to stall when the gas is low is water or contaminants in the gas tank. When the gas level is low, the fuel pickup will pull contaminants that would otherwise be floating well away from the inlet.
A 1994 Honda Accord can stall when gas is given due to a faulty Idle air control valve. This part controls the idle of the vehicle if it malfunctions the car can shut off at random times.
There is a recall for the starter switch. The contacts become worn, and the car can stall randomly.
Highly unlikely. Fill the tank up and you will then know.
Just fixed this, was a loose vacuum line next to intake
Couldbe alots of thing. My surjusticing is to go and get your self. A book on your car and a limmactdic your problem step by step
The stall speed of an aircraft depends on its altitude, weight, configuration, and lateral and vertical acceleration. The stall speed for a 777 is dependent on these real-time factors.
how does it stall if it wont start?
idle air control valve (iac) could be dirty or clogged.
There can be many causes for a Honda Civic to stall. Some of them include a bad fuel pump, a bad alternator, a bad distributor, a clogged air filter or idle air valve. Buy a Honda Civic Service manual for more information. http://www.HondaCivicRepairs.com do it myself Honda civic repair
My girlfriends 97 was doing the same thing....it turned out to be the ignition switch.It started to stall intermittently (once every couple days)then yesterday it would not run at all unless you held the key in start position. Take a test drive and giggle the key to see if it shuts of.
Mass airflow sensor is dirty or needs replaced. Try that first.
stall at a higher airspeed.
Could be many reasons. Start with a good tune up.
it is a strongpossibility you plugs could be your only prob but also you should check you air fuel ratios and injectors plugs and vaccums are the easiest mto cgheck
replace the fuel pump, located in gas tank.
It is possible that the stall is caused by low fuel pressure. Check for a clogged fuel filter or low fuel pressure. Running the computer codes may show a sensor problem is the fuel delivery is ok.
If the coolant reservoir is low or empty, I would say you have a bad head gasket.
Weak fuel pump? Bad fuel filter? Dirty air cleaner? Sloppy timing chain? Computer not responding?
no, but having a vacuum leak at the power booster will. IF so, you will have to replace the booster.
You should clean a horse's stall once a day if your horse is in at night and goes out during the day. If this is the case you should clean your horse's stall after he goes out in the morning or before he comes in, in the afternoon. If your horse is kept in a stall 24/7 (which I do not reccomend) then clean the horse's stall at least three times a day. Once in the morning, once at noon and again at night. when cleaning your stabled horse's stall move him into a spare stall while you work so he is not in your way.
it was King Stall and Queen Sally