Sounds like a fuel delivery problem (possibly fuel pump) or a clogged fuel filter. Try checking the vacuum lines. I own a 92 Cadillac Seville and the exact same thing happens. It makes me want to drive it off a cliff. I thought it could be a clogged throttle body so I spent about 3 hours cleaning it and no result. If you ever figure out this problem please tell me what it was. car is starting up sometimes when has been running a while on restart 94 jetta what could be the problem? Try adjusting your idle speed. We own a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee that had the same thing happen. It ended up being a bad alternator, not what i was expecting but if you cant think of anything else give that a shot.
I am experiencing a similar problem with my 1999 Subaru Impreza. Generally when my car sits for a day or the temperature drops, the car will sputter upon startup until I push on the gas pedal. Sometimes it will even stall during this sputter. Basically it sounds like it has a fuel starvation problem upon startup on colder days. My check engine light finally came on and it turned out to be a problem with my Idle Air Control Valve (IACV). I took it apart and sprayed it with brake parts cleaner. I haven't had a problem since.
It would be the rubber pad that sits on your brake pedal. Unless they were referring to brake pads, which are the pads which enables your vehicle to stop by pressing the brake pedal.
The vehicle would stall when put in gear would be the fuel pump. The fuel pump is very weak which would explain why in neutral the vehicle starts if it gear it would have to have more gas.
yes once the ignition control module heats up it would cause the vehicle to stall. usually after it cools down the vehicle will restart again.
AC runs on the battery. If the car is off and you run the AC, then start the car, it will stall.
I would suspect a lack of fuel pressure, replace fuel filter, check fuel pump.
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.
If the vehicle is equipped with a fuel injection system, it may be clogged. When a vehicle has fuel injection, the gas pedal does not need to be depressed to get it started. It sounds like the vehicle needs to be taken to a mechanic.
mass air flow
running out of gas? is it carburated?
It is called a gas pedal. Check that the air flow meter pipe isn't cracked!
First of all the vehicle must have a manual or (stick shift) transmission. Then you will... 1.)Turn the key on as you would normally and leave it ON. 2.)Push the clutch pedal to the floor and hold it there. 3.)While holing the clutch put the transmission in 2nd gear. 4.)Have someone else push the vehicle to 10mph or as close as you can get. 5.)Release the clutch pedal and push the gas pedal 1/2". The vehicle will shake a bit and will come to life this is when you need to depress the clutch again as to not stall the vehicle. Easy. 5 steps. Just make sure you have enough room to drive the car. ALSO** you can substitute step 4 if you can get the vehicle to roll downhill
The driver would need to step on the brake pedal when braking a vehicle equipped with anti-lock brakes. FYI, the driver would also need to step on the brake pedal when braking a vehicle that is NOT equipped with anti-lock brakes. Hope this helps.
Many possibilities. Have the cars computer checked for codes. The computer knows all.
You may have some bare wires that are shorting out on the clutch pedal. Get under the dash and check it out.
After replacing minor components that would cause the vehicle to stall such as the fuel filter. Advance the ignition timing a few degrees and the engine will run better and there will be no more stall.
The thermostat control engine temperature. If it fails the engine can run hot or cold - that would happen long before over-heating caused the engine to stall.
vehicle is still in gear, step on clutch
Yes, a bad O2 sensor would cause a 2002 Dodge Dakota to stall. It would also cause bad fuel mileage and hard idling within the vehicle.
A person should be able to trouble shoot problems in a car. A vehicle would stall out after starting because of a failure in the fuel system, or it could be a bad O2 sensor.
The vehicle would no longer move on its own unless you have a 4 wheel drive vehicle.
The reason your bake pedal may be moving side to side is because they are not properly aligned. Do not drive a vehicle with this problem, as your brakes may give out. +++ Either the pedal-arm has a lot of free-play axially on the shaft on which it pivots, or the pivot (s) is (are) worn. The latter would make the pedal move in an arc. It won't make the brakes "give out" unless the pedal components are worn to the point of risking snapping under hard braking, or if the pedal is so closely linked to the master-cylinder that the play puts an unfair sideways strain on its piston-rod..
I had this problem when I shut off the vehicle while the brake pedal was still depressed. I would recommend you start the vehicle up, turn on all lights, then shut back off and turn vehicle off without have foot on brake pedal. These vans havea feature which keeps the lights on for a short period after the vehicle has been shut down, but I think there is a fault in this feature when you turn off the vehicle with the brake pedal pressed, which causes the brake lights to stay on even though the vehicle is off
Your entire automobile electrical system is grounded to the frame of the vehicle. A loose or corroded ground wire can cause the dash lights to Flickr and the car to stall out.
If you have a loose spark plug, your car will not stall unless maybe your engine has 3 cylinders. If you have a 6 or 8 cylinder engine you would just loose some power and your engine would run a little rough.