It would stall out at lights because when you need to shift you have to let up on the clutch easy when your changing gears; therefore you will stall out if you let the clutch go too fast.
There are three common problems which are causing your car to stall when the clutch is engaged. These problems are either a worn out clutch plate, a warped pressure plate or disc, or a damaged throw out bearing.
you got to give it gas so you can take of and then it wont stall
Cars fequently stall, especially if they are a clutch. If your car is not a clutch, iIwould have a mechanic look at it. It could be a spark plug issue, and you don't want to mess around with that.
When you stop, you may be letting the clutch out to early.
It needs a tune-up.
If the vehicle has an automatic transmission, then the torque converter clutch is probably sticking. The clutch is controlled by a solenoid, that moves it back and fourth. The clutch material can get stuck to the inside of the converter and stall the engine. Have the transmission flushed, and if the problem persists, then have the solenoid replaced.
No. You will stall(or cut-out). This means that the car shuts down and then you have to clutch in and put it into neutral. Then(still on the clutch) turn on the car again.
A problem in the fuel line could cause it to stall. On a stick shift, letting off the clutch too soon would cause the vehicle to stall.
You might need to have the pcm serviced. i had the same problem with my stratus and it turned out that the pcm was bad.
If your car runs fine cruising, then coming to a stop (perhaps at an off-ramp) you press the clutch, let off the gas, and the car stalls, then most likely, you have a vacuum leak from your intake manifold or low fuel pressure. This is dependent on the vehicle, of course. More information would have been more helpful in answering the question.
Technically, it never touches the flywheel - the clutch disc does. You can stop the flywheel (stall-out the engine) by engaging the clutch in gear with the brakes firmly applied.
Is your clutch bad or wearing out ?
I would check clutch plate, if faulty renew, the clutch might need adjusting.
sounds like your distributer is getting moisture in it
Travelling to slow in a high gear, so clutch in and lower the gear.
it sounds like ur clutch went out in it.
IF your 94 Probe GT has a new clutch, but when you are on a hill the car will not go, it could be the fuel line. This is especially true if it does not stall and does not rev up either.
ANY car will stall on a proper hill if you try to bring the clutch up without any revs generated from the gas pedal.
its not the baring, its the transmission. its got very old gears.
bad driving technique a clutch fault a misfire in the engine and having your bite point too high or releasing the clutch to quik
Torque converter clutch solenoid
The kick-stand switch or clutch lever switch have failed.
youre lifting the clutch up to quick