Could be your injectors are in need of cleaning. Good Luck and Remember.
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Distributer cap and rotors are common. Have seen reasonably new ones go bad on these. Also have seen leaking fuel rails under the plenum.
It could be numerous things. From a bad fuel pump, for bad spark plugs.
A bad fuel injector poppet could cause that.
Bad rotor, coil, wires or there is moisture under the distributer cap this can be either dried out or remedy with wd 40
glow plug timer is bad or the glow plugs them selves are bad
A Cavalier can sputter do to a number of things. Cars sputter due to bad spark plugs, bad compression, broken engine mounts, or even a failing catalytic converter.
Some possible causes for the engine to sputter: Bad fuel pump not enough pressure Bad fuel injector Bad air filter Bad fuel filter Bad spark plugs or wires
bad fuel bad spark plugs incorrect timing
Gas tank is empty...gauge could be wrong. Clogged or blocked fuel line. Dirty fuel filter. Bad fuel pump.
There are a few things that can cause a 1999 Dodge Dakota to sputter. For example, the battery may be malfunctioning or the park plugs can be going bad.
Weak fuel pump Bad fuel filter
The population of Bad Bad is 350.
9 out of 10 times on that car it is bad wires. They get weak from the amount of heat put off by the exhaust manifild right there. Also plugs and distributor cap and rotor.
Bad port on the spyder injector , or 0xygen sensor going bad , and pluging up catalytic convertor
It sure can.
Yes, that is one of many possibilities.
could be a bad plug
Bad fuel,clogged fuel filter,fouled plugs.
bad oxygen sensor bad map sensor
bad spark module(s),but likely engine control module
Bad coil or coil pack.
Check for codes... It maybe a bad coilpack. Or bad sparkplugs.
A spun--Bad rod bearing. NO OIL PRESSURE.