because its cold, the car has not been running for over 8hrs or so, the oils get thicker and it moves slower, let if warm up. it souldnt stall, if it is time for a tune up (spark plugs and wires) change your oil to syntectic a fule cleanner might help to. you can change your idle speed by adjusting the throttle wire under the hood and that way the rpms will be higher. You most likely have a vacuum leak somewhere.
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
Sounds like you may have a broken motor mount that is causing a line to crimp or somethig.
Bad Valves or fuel pump usually from redlining the care
it could be a few things. first thing i need to know will it start when the engine is running at normal? if no check your main relay.if yes, check around for a vacuum leak.
many things.... could be bad fuel filter, your throttle body could be a little dirty, check air filter....
you should clean out your horses stall twice a day morning and night!
A 1998 Honda Accord could stall because it is out of gas. The car could also stall because of a bad computer.
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.
Twice a day once in the morning and once at night if it is in the stall all day.
Possibly a bad idle air control valve...if you have a check engine light on, take it to auto zone and they can check it for free. If not, take it to a mechanic
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.
You have to clean your horse's stall every morning so the dung doesn't stay there to breed diseases
How long has it been since you've given it a tune-up?
Have your electrical wiring checked out, it is shorting out that causes the radio to shut off and the engine to stall. Start from the radio wiring.....Hope this will help..
Could be many reasons. Start with a good tune up.
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.
It may stall out.
Well... At my stables every morning when I get there I clean out the stalls. Ususally there is a lot of poop in there and If I was a horse I wouldn't want to live in a dirty stall. So I would say every morning or every day. I also put shavings in too.
I would guess that you have a cooling problem...if the engine runs too hot the fuel can boil causing a stall like you indicated .
weak fuel pump.
If the horse is stalled frequently you should muck out the stall at least twice daily if not more. Many people will muck out in the morning then 'spot' clean as they pass the stall and see a new dirty spot. In the evening they will again muck out the stall or add extra bedding.
Have your side view mirror lined up with the first stall line of the stall you are aiming for, then turn immediately into the stall. This should put you in the center of the stall. Make sure your vehicle is parallel to the angled lines, and that you straighten your tires.
Check your Fuel pipe. my type r kept doing this and it was because there was a kink in the fuel pipe, also if you have slight slit in the fuel pipe this can also cause the above to happen.
It sounds like you need a new clutch! I have an automatic Transmission just recently installed .
I dont believe your AC has anything to do with your problem! The shaking may come from your harmonic balancer not being seated correctly and the stalling can be from many differnet things but i would start with the distributor.