if you mean stall like when stepping on the gas and it just starts to act as if it got punched in the stomach then this is what i did to my lesabre.First changed the clogged fuel filter,then on half a tank inserted two bottles of dry gas (cost is like 1.60 each from auto zone).Then I ran it down to E and switch the cheap gas from Sunnoco and put in Hess ...no problems.Made a mistake went back to Sunnoco after the problem was gone...it came right back.Went back to Hess no more problems.
maybe you are accidently hitting restart or you have you computer programed to do that.
On most autos when you turn the ignition off you also turn the power to the power outlets off. Turn the key back on and restart the player.
Try checking the fuses under the hood. My Regal did that and I found the fuse for the electronic ignition was blown.
the automatic restart on failure feature is turned on
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
You probably have a bad ignition switch where the accessory position is on all of the time. I am having the same problem on a '97 and will be replacing the switch as soon as I can figure out how to get to it.
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
It sounds like your ignition timing timing is too far advanced. It will need resetting.
The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
I don't know I think its the ignition or some part there of
You have a flat battery.
Just like you did the first time before you turned it off.
bad starter, or solenoid
The steering and ignition will become locked on a 97 Chevy Cavalier if the key is not inserted into the ignition and turned. This helps to prevent theft.
Nothing. The process of restarting a computer is exactly the same as if you turned it off and then turned it back on the next day.
restart your computer. that's the problem 90% of the time.
your starter prob has a flat spot try to hit the starter with a hammer then try to restart.
Defective clock or it is wired incorrectly. Should be wired to have power when ignition is turned off. it sounds to me that the constant live has been lost to the clock, there are three wires to a vehicle clock, an earth, an ignition live and a constant live
Perhaps a bad ignition switch
Headlights run off the battery not the ignition...
Sounds like a short.
sounds like the starter
No, not unless the ignition is turned on.