Mines just started doing that, I was having a problem with my exhaust manifold ( there was a hole in it, so big noise lol ) just had that fixed an it starts stalling everytime I press the clutch down even at high speeds funny thing is it jump starts itself when you lift the clutch again. Anyway I haven't solved it wondering if anyone had, I 'm replacing the spark plugs ( checked this morning they have quite a bit of carbon fouling on them ( & snapped one on way out so may as well change em ) changing the HT leads too so if that solves it I'll say but otherwise anyone help ? thanks
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.
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
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.
I would check clutch plate, if faulty renew, the clutch might need adjusting.
Torque converter clutch solenoid
You may have some bare wires that are shorting out on the clutch pedal. Get under the dash and check it out.
vehicle is still in gear, step on clutch
This was recently happening to me. It came out of the blue and proceeded to get worse rapidly. One of the symptoms was that after getting heated up if I stopped the car and then tried to restart it would not or would but then stall out. It ended up being the fuel pump.
If it is a standard transmission, you would need to slowly let out the clutch while backing up.
I think that happens when you are changing gears. If you make the engine goes to 3000 rpm and suddenly release the gas pedal and rapidly press down the clutch pedal. The rev would up. With very noisy sound. Isn't it?
Let's make sure we're using the same terminology here. When you use the term "released", do you mean that the clutch pedal IS being depressed? (thus disengaging the clutch) This would effectively be the same as the car being in neutral.
sounds like t.c.c solenoid.[torque converter clutch solenoid]
your torque converter has locked up.... it's like having a manual transmission with no clutch.
Because the driver took their foot off of the gas and slowed down in a high gear. Or probably because they didnt push in the clutch. Either of those things can stall a manual transmission.
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.
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid is a possibility.
No, only if you reduce the speed so much that the engine can't keep running in the current gear.If you brake hard, you would clutch.
I would start by checking to see if your operator presence switch is still working properly. Located under the seat, this switch is designed to shut the tractor down if the operator were to fall off the tractor suddenly. The clutch on your tractor would bypass that switch until the clutch was let out.
Your idle reglator needs to be adjusted so it idles at a higher rpm
Either the drive belt is not releasing far enough when you press the clutch pedal or the brake is not engaging enough. You will need to see if the belt is still turning when you press the clutch pedal down.
It would sound like the throw out bearing is bad.. That is usually replaced with the clutch and pressure plate. The throw out bearing applies pressure to the pressure plate and releases the clutch disc. When not applied, the bearing spins freely, and a noise would indicate a dry bearing.
Remove the transmission oil pan for access
My car does the same thing, except for the low oil... from time to time when I come to a stop I'll push in the clutch and it will randomly stall... I think its b/c my idle is not set high enough, but there could be a different reason...
You may have a dragging pulley or clutch plate that locks up when the rpm's increase