Why does your 1994 Dodge Intrepid stall on very hot days and will not start until completely cooled off?
The best I can recommend is to check the alternator. This did happen to me on another car. When I replaced the alternator it started working fine again and now have 164000mi on it when it happened at 103000mi.
Why would a 2000 Dodge Intrepid you just had tuned up at 100000 miles intermitently stall when coming to abrupt stop usually when turning or in sudden slow down in traffic?
Will a bad cam sensor cause a 95 Intrepid with a 3.3 liter engine to stumble like you just ran something over and then return to normal?
People have given all kinds of answers except the correct one. The most common reason for a stall is low oil pressure. The car has an oil pressure protection circuit that shuts down the motor when oil pressure gets below a certain level so that the bearings do not overheat. If the car stalls, then starts 10 to 15 minutes later, it is because the oil has cooled and thickened and has regained its pressure…
I had a similar problem with my Mazda 626. The car will completely stall while driving and can not be started again except after few minutes.It turned out to be my distributor electronic ignition component gets overheated and stop functioning.When it cools off it starts again. Replacing the distributor solve the problem.
the camshaft sensor may be bad. It is connected to the driver side of the engine block, and you can check to see if that is the problem by turning the ignition on/off three times. On the third time, leave it in the on position, and the "service engine" light will begin to blink. It will blink twice, pause, then blink three times to indicate a "23", which is a code that can be called…