My 93 Caprice started with a significant hesitation, that eventually morphed into a no run condition. I replaced the distributor cap and rotor, ignition module, ignition coil, fuel pump and fuel filter all to no avail. I had to have the car towed into a repair facility where they diagnosed the problem as a faulty pickup coil (located on the distributor shaft below the plate where the ignition module mounts. The car hasn't quit running since. Good Luck! Start with the fuel filter, either on the firewall or in the fuel line under the car. Do you have water in the gas? Are your injectors clean? Are your air filter, PVC valve clean? A lot more info required here. try the map sensor , it can be a vaccuum leak and not the fuel at all . If this doesn't solve the problem you should try the control module . Most modules when bad seem like the fuel is cutting off when actually it is the spark . The in-line fuel filter under the driver's side of the car may be dirty or clogged. Be careful replacing it b/c it spurts gasoline for a couple seconds. Keep track of the fuel guage also, if it is less than half (usually a quarter tank) and this symtom occurs, the fuel pickup in the fuel tank can be off by this much and the fuel will slosh in the tank and not stay under the pickup hence the cutoff of fuel symptom. Occurs on hard left corners when all the fuel flows to right,due to pickup orientation. The in tank baffle can break (there glued on the plastic ones)and cause this also. The harder the left, the more the cut off of fuel to the point of stalling the motor. Replacing the fuel pump and sender and/or fuel tank would be the cure if this proved to be the reason. I also keep my 91 at least half full of gas because of the known issue of poor baffleing on the stock plastic tanks, guess they never figured anyone was gonna put a performance suspension and 450 HP in one eh... lol One other thing needs to be considered with this type of problem is that after about 75,000 miles the throttle body develops a fairly significant carbon build up. You can clean it yourself or a Chevy dealer will clean it for under $200. If you choose to clean it yourself I recommend you spend some time at a junkyard and practice on one of their cars so you have an idea of what you are getting into. VBD Could be an electrical connection. I though my problem was fuel oriented too, but worked great when I fixed a similar sounding problem by replacing the distributor cap/rotar. Ran great and smooth afterwards. Startup better too.
What causes a 1998 Pontiac transport to run hot and engine shuts off
If you are asking if it has a safety that shuts the engine off if oil pressure is low, then no it does not.If you are asking if it has a safety that shuts the engine off if oil pressure is low, then no it does not.
If this is the remote start system, it shuts down the engine for security.
Had same problem on my 03. Replaced the fuel and air filter and had plugs replaced. Ran like new after. Dont know which its was but a place to start.
sounds like ignition module. Check for spark while cranking engine when it decidedly shuts down on you.
1991 mitsubishi eclipse 2.0L starts 2 to 3 seconds later shuts off
It is a common problem for shevy. Usually the Fuel regulator. Or for other vehicles it could be a dirty fuel filter
Kia Sportage Problems In 2000, the engine shuts off every 20 minutes and 1 hour after turns
Have engine computer tested
Same with my 1993 Chevy Caprice. Right now I've heard it could be one of the following: Idle Air Control(IAC), Fuel Filter, EGR, O2 sensor, MAP sensor, TPS(changed mines but still surging) and the costly of them all the intake manifold is leaking!
Could be the fuel filter is completely clogged. Does it shuts down faster when revving the engine?
Turn the key off, shuts fuel off.
What Do You Think It Does? It Shuts Off The Ignition Of Your Engine, So Basically It Cuts The Engine Off...
Overheating an engine can cause the engine to see up resulting in a complete engine failure. Overheating the engine can cause the head gasket to fail.
your brain shuts off but not completely. or you will be dead. only half of your brain stays on. and the other half shuts off.
When the engine shuts off, remove the spark plug and unspect it. If there is fuel on the plug, the engine shuts off because of over flooding probably caused by a clogged air filter or faulty spark plug or may need a carburetor adjustment. If the spark plug is dry, the engine shuts off due to fuel starvation caused by a clogged fuel filter or may need carburetor adjustment.
the car cuts off and everything shuts down and u have to wait a few minutes until it drys off and then it will start back up
When alot of engine power is needed, the A/C compressor will be shut off to reduce engine load.
Check ur cps sensor
No, but it has a temperature gauge that you need to check regularly.
because if an engine gets to cold it can freeze ur lines and ruin ur engine
what will cause a transmission in a 1992 buick lasebre to shrudderas and stall engine