vehicle is still in gear, step on clutch
Perhaps a vacuum leak
Any number of things. Take the car and have it checked by a Tune-up shop.
I had the same problem. It would stall out after coasting down a hill. Cleaned the throttle body about six months ago. Has not stalled since then.
its when something is slowing down
Gradually slowing down is 'decelerating'.
Symptom of bad fuel filter= stalling when slowing down to stop at lights or stop signs.
If it stalls at idle or when slowing down, it could be a fuel filter. Or it could be the ignition control module.
*In most cases*, this is caused by a sticking Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid, also called a TCC solenoid.
push in the clutch
Check the fuel filter, it might be clogged.
speedo hooked up or working properly? Assuming that has the 2.8 L engine with a carburetor, the carburetor may be in need of a rebuild.
Warped brake rotors.
Take a look at the intake manifold gasket could have a leak. This problem could cause your 94 to stall when slowing down or coming to a stop. This may not be the problem but not uncommon for these cars at high millage.
adagio Ritardando ... the term 'adagio' is a tempo, not the act of slowing down.
There is no acceleration if it is slowing down. It is decelerating.
When a moving object is slowing down, i.e. its speed is decreasing.
What is the rate of it's slowing down.
That would be "Deceleration" or negative acceleration.
no it is not
No, a body can not accelerate without speeding up or slowing down.
yes the acceleration can take a negative value. for example an object with an accleration of -2 ms-2 would be slowing down. However this is normally called deceleration.