If it runs for 15 minutes after a cold start, it is probably when the electronic control module goes from preset (default settings) to closed loop control. It is likely a sensor somewhere (Crank position sensor, cam position sensor) that is bad, which confuses the control module when the switchover after warm-up ocurrs. Did the "Check Engine" light turn on? Read the codes (Autozone will read for free) and see if that gets it. I had the same sort of thing happen, and it was the crank position sensor. The "Check Engine" light didn't light until after several ocurrences. Fuel filter plugged up..
We have a 1998 Intrigue and I can tell you why we were losing power and it was getting kinda' scary, although it would start right up again after I pulled over, put it in park and restarted it. We had an oil leak and it was dripping on to a sensor.
Sounds like the freon is low. Have it checked.
change the fuel filter you have two
First check battery and alternator. I did have it checked.
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
simple if you did this you would not be able to aquire heatran ever again unless you restarted the game all over again
crank sensor ?
DON'T DO IT!!! If you do, then it'll be gone forever and you can't fight it again!! I did that with Arceus... I restarted the game just so I could try to get him again.
it is lv99 out of 99....his game got deleted and he restarted but hes lv99 again
It's working now and has been since it restarted on June 2 2011
At what point does it lose power? As you're driving? When you come to a stop? plugged converter
Stalling while driving may be caused by a collapsing or kinked neoprene fuel line.
because it's a bad car
Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem. Disconnect the battery cable for about 10 minutes and the light will be reset. If it comes on again after driving, it's a recurring problem and you can get the codes read and hopefully fix the problem.
I don't know if this will work for you, but I disabled 'system restore'and then restarted the computer. Once the computer restarted, I enabled 'system restore' again and then ran a virus check. The virus was gone. Hope this works for you.
If you try immediately after it has turned off it may be vapor locked. The diesel will become gaseus and will be in the form of vapor which will not ignite correctly. It should, of course start immediately. Just let it set for several minutes then try again.
1996 dodge caravan stops running, I Restarted, run for a little while and stops running again.
Death is medically defined as cesation of the heart beating. Once the heart has stopped beating, you have between 2-6 minutes to get the heart restarted before mild to severe brain damage occurs. During this time, performing CPR can stave off the effects to some extent. In other words, if a person has a heart attack and their heart has stopped, performing CPR on the downed person will sustain the brain getting the necessary oxygen to stay alive as well the allow the heart to perfuse or send blood to vital organs throughout the body. However if the heart is not able to be restarted during this time, then the person is dead. So to Answer the question, if someone is "down" for 20 minutes, with their heart stopped, and it is restarted, there is an extremely high probability of irreversible brain damage/persistent vegetative state. In other words, they are brain dead and not alive even though their heart is still beating. So . . . NO a person cannot live again after their heart has been stopped for 20 minutes.
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Liquidcan be throttled. Solids can't. Liquid can be restarted (turned off and on again). Solids can't.
Died while driving? Alternator
While driving my car died. The check engine, brake and battery light all came on. It did restart after about 10 minutes and died again 10 minutes later after idling for about 5 minutes. What would cause this?You have to take your car to a shop that can read the obdII fault codes. And then take it from there ...
Could be vapor locking, and or it could be the ignition control module inside of the distributor (vary common).