The idle speed control valve was bad.
usually the factory alarm
crank sensor is bad... when it gets warmed up... it'll send bad data to the spark device and will stall out
cold start switch on the side of or on top of the throttle body.
It may be out of oil, check your engine over for any damage and has it been in for a service lately.
oil in intake
what makes my ford thunderbird stall and sometimes die and not start back up
I can start my car fine, drive it for awhile, then its like after it gets warm it seems to stall, and shut off, then after tryin to restart a few times that battery acts as if its dead. I will sit there and wait for about 20-30 minutes and it will start right up like nothing happened, just to do it all over again. Can you tell me what the problem is?
That's not a question. Try asking"Why won't my ford escort start?"
That happened to my 1996 F-150. Ended up being my oxygen sensor. It would crank, but not start.
My 2003 Chevy Tracker would not restart when it was hot and finally would stall & not restart until it sat and cooled off for 10 minutes. It would crank but not start. We replaced the camshaft it solved the problem. It was located at the back of the engine, at the top and is held by just one screw.
...because its a 95 Escort.
Does it stall when first started or ONLY once the car has warmed up ? After it stalls will it start right up again ? or does the car need to cool down before it will restart ?