It could be your overload relay switch!Try changing it.
have you checked out your ignition switch it could be the culprit for power loss if there's a bad switch or short...try wiggling it while it's running and..also check the terminal connections to your battery one could be loose..good luck
the ignition switch could be bad
if no warning and it just shuts down but dash lights and radio light up check ignition switch
check to see if your car has had the ignition switch recall completed
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Chevy Impala shuts off while driving. There could be a problem with the fuel pump, a bad spark plug, or even a loose battery cable.
A failed computer is possible, It could also be the cluster, wiring, ignition switch, etc.
It could be the fule pump or the wiring harness for the fule pump.
it could be the main assembly relay under the drivers kickpanel
It means you should have a mechanic check it out soon. That could put you and others in a dangerous situation.
If you are thinking of an inertia switch, no.
A pressure switch a valve that shuts off the unit when the pressure is to low or to high
Check battery cables/connections.
is there a emergency switch that shuts the fuel pump down
If the vehicle is involved in a serious accident the inertia switch shuts off the fuel pump.
There is a low oil pressure switch that shuts off the fuel supply if the oil pressure drops . If the switch malfunctions ,it will shut off the engine when it is warming up and the oil oressure drops.The switch is near the oil filter
Quit playing with the switch...
If your 2000 Ford Expedition shuts off while driving it you should discontinue use of the vehicle immediately. Then have the vehicle towed to your local dealership or mechanic shop to address the problem,
its a safty switch for the fuel pump so it its hit or rolls over it shuts down the fuel system
Also called the inertia switch, it shuts off fuel to the engine in case of a collision.
Have engine computer tested
Turn it back on and continue driving?
a bait car shuts the robbers in when driving and then you can locate them
If it doesn't restart it could be charging system failure, fuel pump failure or timing belt failure (if equipped).
my husband is a mechanic. he said it is a rollover switch. it shuts off the fuel in case the car rolls over.