what will cause a transmission in a 1992 buick lasebre to shrudderas and stall engine
I just purchased a 1990 Buick Riviera with 45,000 on it for my daughter. However, I did have a brief period that you discribed with the car stalling out. I don't know if this will help, but I just read at another site, that it may have a faulty idle air control.
what year?era is specific.
I would replace the line....ughh
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
Make sure you have engine coolant. If the engine isn't getting enough coolant, it will overheat, stall and possibly destroy the engine. One symptom is that no coolant is circulated into the heater. Also check the crank sensor, but check coolant first...then the crank sensor.
I'll have to watch the movie again, but online pictures I've seen of it make me believe it is basically a 1972 Buick Riviera that has been customized. The front fenders appear to be from a '72 Buick Riviera, the grill looks '72 Riviera, basic shape of the front end looks '72 Riviera.A view of the rear half of the car would be most telling. Not being able to find a full side shot online, this is a best guess, but it is definitely early '70's General Motors, likely in the Buick bloodline.
The thermostat control engine temperature. If it fails the engine can run hot or cold - that would happen long before over-heating caused the engine to stall.
If that Buick has the 17 digit vin, the 8th digit would be the engine code.
Why would it stall or almost stall in Reverse but not in Drive? How long since it's received a tune-up and thorough check-up? How is the compression?
I had the same problem, I had to replace the mass airflow sensor also the computer module ~ runs great now.
It is located underneath the back of the engine. You can only see it from underneath the car as it is nestled up a bit. Haven't changed mine yet, but I would imagine its like any other starter.
In 1985 my FANS and I would exchange Belts one for one at our favorite bar. I we hade to many then definitly ended up Buicking in the old Riviera what order to replace them
Check your rear pads and brake calipers
Bad ignition module, crank sensor, or coil pack. Especially if yours is equipped with the magnavox coil pack vs the delco coils which have 3-seperate coils.
That would be a wing stall, or just, 'stall'. This kind of stall has nothing to do with the aircraft's engine, if it has one.
If you have a loose spark plug, your car will not stall unless maybe your engine has 3 cylinders. If you have a 6 or 8 cylinder engine you would just loose some power and your engine would run a little rough.
After replacing minor components that would cause the vehicle to stall such as the fuel filter. Advance the ignition timing a few degrees and the engine will run better and there will be no more stall.
Driving through flood water would cause the ignition to fail and stall the engine.
My guess would be a defective ignition switch.
You would have to send the pcm out for a reflash at "intense racing". They also do other upgrades to the pcm will reflashing
Had a Jeep in the shop here with that problem last week and it turned out to be low fuel pressure. Try running a fuel pressure test. The Jeep would idle ok but when you tried to accelerate the engine would stall.
The year, make, model and engine info would help but a serious vacuum leak could do that.