plain and simple....crank positioning sensor.
Could also be a dirty fuel system.You have a fuel injected engine and this puts your pump inside the fuel tank.When the pump is operating it will pick up fuel off the bottom of the tank.This is also where dirt,sediments and water sit.The filter on the end of the pump will plug up and starve the engine which will turn off (stall).After the vehicle sits a while these sediments and dirt will drop off the filter as some small amount of fuel drains back into the tank thus allowing you to restart the car. REPLACE THE TANK AND FUEL PUMP!!!
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
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.
1991 to 1994, then again in 1996 to 2004.
I have the same car. Mine doesn't start sometimes. It does not start after I have driven for ten minutes or so and stopped and turned off the engine for about 25 minutes. It will start immediately after it is turned off or ten minutes later, but not 30 minutes later. I have to wait about an hour or longer for it to start again. If I turn off the engine, then run back to the car every ten or fifteen minutes to start it, it is fine. I also think it will start if I turn on the ignition for 30 seconds or so before I crank it.
turn off engine, and start again
Died while driving? Alternator
if it won't start up again chances are it's probably your fuel pump
ECM is a common problem with this type of car engine
it is crankshaft position sensor.
About 10 Minutes
Stop, get out on your car and do stretching for at least five minutes.
That is a typical thing on most cars, let it cool down some then try again
disconnect the battery for ten minutes, then reconnect. turn over key, do not start, leave key in run position for like a minute, take it out for ten seconds, and try to start. If it doesnt start try again without disconnecting battery. That is how i bypassed the security in my 2000
Could be vapor locking, and or it could be the ignition control module inside of the distributor (vary common).
it may be the o2 scensor
It's usually the fuel filter when a car does what you describe.
the battery is flat or its to old
The clogging of your fuel injectors or carburetor jets may induce vapor lock.See the link listed below:
i have a Oldsmobile LS 88 1996 and my car will not start unless i put a lot of pressure to the ignition with the key in it. Then it will turn on... how do i fix this problem?
Maybe you worked your truck a little to Hard. EASE UP on driving just a bit.
The distance between the start point and the destination is 1,607km, and will take approximately 16 hours 4 minutes of driving time.
Its an Oldsmobile
it needs to warm up. let it run for a couple minutes