My girlfriends 97 was doing the same thing....it turned out to be the ignition switch.It started to stall intermittently (once every couple days)then yesterday it would not run at all unless you held the key in start position. Take a test drive and giggle the key to see if it shuts of.
It is the body control module It always starts out sparadic then you will get a service engine soon light and a service light !!
An swerstruts may be seized Also could a bad throttle position sensor, check your rpm's if at an idle they are higher than 700-800, should have the tps replaced
check the crank shaft actuator?
Drivers should position their vehicle in the center of the lane they are driving in. Any other position communicates intentions to others which may be misleading, which in turn reduces the predictability of driving for everyone.
Problem with the SRS. Seek professional help. Not a DIY repair.
Either it has a bad ground, or the motor is bad.
It started when texting first began. Texting began and people started doing it while driving. It started whenever texting began.
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Hmm... while driving, and/or intermittently? Or has something really gone south and the car just has no guts ever? Can you be a little more precise? FriPilot
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It shouldn't unless the position requires you to operate one of the companies vehicle.
When crawfish can fly out of the certer connector.
The 4X4 knob should be switched to the "HIGH" position for normal on road driving. This will allow the vehicle to automatically lock the center differential according to the road conditions.
Fuel pump going out maybe?
check the ground wire connection to make sure its clean and in good contact. Cut and replace it also may have been pinched and cuts off during driving
Timing belt or tensioner, loss of charging, fuel pump, ignition module among others. This year and model has a recall posted for the ignition switch. When the faulty ignition switch becomes worn over time, the vehicle will begin to intermittently and suddenly shut off while driving or while standing and idling. The recall notice says that the car will be able to restart but will continue to intermittently shut off without warning.
When it dies, is it a sudden stall, or does it run rough, and then die? If its sudden, it is most likely a electrical problem, but if it runs rough, or dies when accelerating, it might be mechanical. Such as the fuel lines, carb, etc.
When driving, the forks of a forklift should be as low as practical. This allows for the best stability while the vehicle is moving.
AnswerIts most likely to be the Crank Position Sensor (CPS) failing.
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