I had a similar problem on my Punto, turned out to be a sticking EGR (Exhaust Gas Re-cirulation) valve. The valve was staying open and suffocating the engine, the ECU forces the engine into a type of 'panic mode' providing more fuel to make up for the "missing air", which is why the revs increase which clears the problem momentarily. You'll find that your fuel usage will have increased too. I would recommend you find a garage that does diagnostics which will identify the failing part. A good garage will charge you about 40 to 50 quid for the diags, and they can recommend replacement components to resolve the issue. The garage I went to actually removed the valve, cleaned it and put it back in. Fiat will charge more for the diagnostic, replace the component no matter what condition it is in, and only use Fiat parts that could be expensive. Hope this puts you in the right direction anyway. Danneey
Loose motor mounts.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
my experiencess with vehicles that cut out while idleing would be a fuel filter or fuel pump problem.
Poor seal or it may be a breather if has a vacume line.
i had this same problem with my 85 and about 3 months later my fuel pump went out changed it, workds fine now
You need to have it put on a scanner to interface with your computer and retrieve all codes. There are numerous possibilities such as the idle air controller, a vacuum leak, or throttle position sensor.
point (v) = apuntar; point (n) = puntopunto, so point of view would be 'punto de vista'
Plug wires installed incorrectly. Click the link.
It could be a bad fan clutch. If the fan clutch goes bad it could cause it to overheat while idling, but it would cool off when driving due to the wind going over the radiator.
water in the fuel can cause an idling motor to sputter and/or die.
Gomez is cool but probably bad at sports... Punto
prob a vacume leak
Check the distibutor model and pickup coil .
I'd be suspicious of the thermostat.
IAC (Idel Air Control Valve)
its because your really fat go on a diet u fatty.
No, they will not. Only in the event of out-game idling would they do that.
You might need an alignment.
A bent valve(s).
My 91 did that and it was the ECM. It would jump to 40-45 while idling (Even tho the car wasn't moving) and if you were going down the road - it would jump to sometimes upwards of 100 mph (At 50-60 actual speed).
Engine is idling too slow or the alternator is weak. Or battery is getting tired.
Radiator could be plugged or restricted
Check your cooling fan motor. If it is no good when it goes on it will make a pulsating sound.
Low coolant? Cooling system airbound?