I've had my '97 Plymouth Voyager stall going into gear (from park) when the transmission fluid was really low (down more than a quart). I've also had that same van stall when an O-ring in the distributer got bungled up, presumably from spraying the engine with a pressurized hose. Oops :) The distributor problem was very hard to diagnose.
your engine will stall. When you try to restart the engine, it will stutter and stall again.
If the check engine light is on...might be a dirty EGR valve.
If you have a check engine light ON then you need to take it to a repair shop. A defective TPS can cause a hesitation or stall.
First of all, I need to know what kind of car, truck, etc. it is and the year. I might be able to help you with this question. And, does it restart? If so, what are the conditions of the restart that you have already checked?
If the engine runs cold you might try replacing the thermostat. I had a similar problem with a Plymouth van, at low rpms, turning corners,,, it would stall.
Dirty fuel filter??
yes once the ignition control module heats up it would cause the vehicle to stall. usually after it cools down the vehicle will restart again.
GM vehicles have their share of fuel pump problems; and this may be a pump going out. Have yours' checked out. Mark
check your coil
usually the factory alarm
Possibly the Head Gasket is blown.
replace iignition coil
stock stahl converter is around 1,800 RPM.
There are a few reasons why a car might stall when cold. The car might just be stiff from the cold weather.
Bad fuel filter or maybe some water in the gas tank.
Well you might not know this but when you get off...Its already in the stall....
crank sensor is bad... when it gets warmed up... it'll send bad data to the spark device and will stall out
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about 1,800 RPM.
I would suspect fuel pump failure.