Try replacing the fuel filter. if you have 50,000+ miles on the car, and your fuel filter hasn't been replaced, that could cause your car to sputter, backfire, and race while it's idleing. your sending unit in the gas tank could also be going bad, but i'd try replacing the fuel filter first, it's way cheaper and easier than dropping a gas tank and then finding out that wasn't the problem.
Yes, that and dozens of other causes.Yes, that and dozens of other causes.
check your manual or sometimes usually its on the fuse box itself on the other side
There could be several reasons why a car would sputter and shut off. The car might be out of gas, dead battery, bad starter, alternator problems or other issues. It is best to have it checked out by a licensed mechanic.
No, other planets are rotating at other speeds.
It might sputter and sound like it is trying.
NO... You have other problems. Sounds like WATER is in the fuel.
Maybe a clogged fuel filter?
the Lincoln statue and other things as well
the lincoln statue and other things as well
Other posts I've seen suggest it is a weak fuel pump and went on to say it was the one in the tank that was replaced and not the one next to the fuel filter under the drivers side of the car. I will try this on my car tomorrow and see if it fixes the sputter.
A weak fuel pump or a partially clogged fuel filter will cause this. Can also be other things.
When I hear the term "sputter" in conjunction with swimming pool jet it usually indicates "air" returning back to the pool with the water. There are several reasons for this to occur, from low level of pool water causing the pool surface skimmer to draw in air, to, an air intrusion leak at or near the front of the pool pump. Several other possibilities can exist but, bottom line is the "sputter" is generally associated with air in the system.