first thing i would check, is that the choke is turning off completely
My 94 escort was doing the same thing. I replaced the throttle valve assembly and that seems to have done the trick. Hopefully that helps you out.
cold start switch on the side of or on top of the throttle body.
probably so you do not go too fast and flip over. that would be a good thing to look up in the manual.
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.
It may be out of oil, check your engine over for any damage and has it been in for a service lately.
There are several things that can cause your 1990 Volvo 740 to stall while driving. The most common cause is a bad fuel pump.
crankshaft position censor
well, i have a 93 and it used to stall out when i would have my foot on the gas a little bit, just kinda coasting. i replaced the mass airflow sensor and my car ran great for a while. now something else is wrong with it but it hasn't stalled since. the sensor cost me like $5 at a junkyard and its ridiculously easy to put on. you should give it a try.
Bad ignition wires
There are several things which could be causing the car to stall out while driving. The most common and least difficult problem is that the spark plugs may need to be changed.
Running out of gas, timing chain breaks.
running out of gas? is it carburated?
A dodge pickup 1500 would stall out while driving because of a defective air filter.
your fuel pump can be broken or your fuel injectors...
No. A bad starter would cause the car not to start.
bad booster pump or air in brake lines
A modern car's gas tank is designed to have pressure in it. If it does not have pressure, the car could stall. That is one way to keep gasoline from evaporating into the atmosphere.
main fuel relay going bad. Eventually car will cut off while driving.
Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid is a possibility.
Some of the reasons your Escort would stall after 40 seconds at idle are: 1. Vacuum leak. 2. Plugged fuel filter. 3. Leaking EGR. 4. Plugged PCV valve 5. Air filter clogged. 6. Fuel pump below capacity. 7. Leaking head gasket. 8. Camshaft lobes worn 9. Idle Air Control (IAC) valve.
Your a bad driver get a license
Bc is not enough air in the intake....
i believe your fuel pump is failing witch is located in your gas tank
When driving the IAC does not do anything because the car is not at an idle