the rate at which velocity changes velocity=speed in a given direction
Why engine stalls on 1993 Chrysler Intrepid while driving and sometimes at stops?
clutch switch is bad
Whenever any vehicle stalls while driving it should be seen by a mechanic soon. It can be the a issues with the computer, ignition, or fuel.
If your 1994 Pontiac Trans Am randomly stalls out while driving, you may have clogged fuel injectors or a bad distributor. Check the distributor first, as this is the easiest to replace.
One reason that a 2000 GMC Jimmy engine stalls while driving could be your filter needing to be changed. The problem could also be a bad sensor.
Believe Saleen as it has been modified while Camaro SS is a stock Vehicle
car starts but shut off while driving
crank sensor is getting hot/ bad crank sensor
Not a question. Operator error.
The idle speed needs adjusted upward if an engine stalls when you take your foot off the accelerator while stopping or turning.
my 1992 dodge dakota wont stay running it stalls when driving and takes a few minutes to get started but if i wait it will start
Needs crankshaft sensor and or camshaft sensor
Sometimes the engine stalls while the captain is busy steering.
No. While events on the earths crust can cause global warming, the crust itself does not.
By backing the choke out I assume you mean turning it off. If it stalls when the choke is off but runs while it is on then you have an air leak somewhere
could be a vacuum leak >> http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Your_94_mercury_villager_stalls_when_slowing_down_idle_low_below_800rpm
crankshaft posistion sensor
Aerobatics are fancy movements while flying: controlled dives, stalls, loops and so on.
Depending on the farm set up, dairy cows are housed in pasture land or under cover in a barn. Some barns have box stalls for their cows, while others have stalls.
a loose transmission or shifter rod might move the gears around a bit and make it stall
While anything is possible, being that the Camaro is RWD and the Cobalt is a FWD car, it would be extraordinarily cost-prohibitive to do so, so the practical answer would be no.
While anything is theoretically possible, the practical answer to this would be no.
you are flooding the engine