I had a Dodge omni that did that exact thing and it turned out to be a $15.00 part that was located under the distributor. I forgot the name of the part though. .Answerthis same problem happened to me..i have yet to solve it tho. it was running, then it started running rough so i pulled over to take a look under the hood. It never did turn back on..(84 Toyota celica)
Well this happened to me, i ad to change the ignition module and it ran just fine
If it doesn't start or even turn over, I would suspect you have a dead battery possibly from an alternator that failed.
Have someone check your fuel pump pressure,if you lose fuel pressure while driving,and then it comes back that would explain why it seems to start by itself.
Have you changed the timing belt?
I have never heard of a cam belt. I have a 2000 Kia Sportage and the timing belt went out while I was driving. The engine stopped running,and I tried to start it back and it would not start. The engine would turn over and over but would not start. Found out after a four hundred dollar fuel pump it was a broke timing belt. these engines are contact / so when a timing belt breakes you ben the valves resulting in no compresion so the engine will not start until you replace all the valves and belt with setting up the timing
Sounds like over heated starter or bad electrical connection.
If one of my tires suddenly lost pressure while I was driving, I would pull over as soon as possible and replace that tire with my spare tire.
timing belt probably
Check your water pump or hoses for leaks. check your radiator and bleed it. You could be having a over heating problem.
Is there gas in the vehicle ?
The alarm should turn off once you start the car. If the alarm is going off while you are driving, pull over and remove the fuse.
At what speed - 70mph would be a journey of just over 9 hours, while at 55mph, it would take over 11.6 hours !
If you are feeling sleepy while driving, you should pull over as soon as it is safe to do so.
You might want to check the Hall effect pick up on TBI models or the Signal Generator switch plate on MPI models. I had issues that sound the same as yours. It would drive me crazy and finally would start again. It is located in the Distributore cap. It is not hard to change. Good luck.
They tell us that you are more likely to be in a collision while driving with a cell phone conversation going on, than driving while intoxicated. Pull over.
Try checking the battery cables. The positive wire might have come loose.
Need to change your thermastat i have done that but still over heats when driving
Has anyone looked ay the timing belt? Or done a compression test ? that's a pretty broad question.
try the pickup coil under the dist. cover.
check for a spark from you r#1 cylinder and if it is fine then it is fuel related. If it's not fine check your distributor cap for wear
the main brain box.
Yes, a licensed driver who is over 18 needs to be in the car with you while you are driving.
If it won't turn over, it means your battery is dead or your connections are bad. If the car stopped while driving it likely means t he alternator has gone bad and the battery was drained to keep the car running as long as it could.
Replace the battery or the carbarreta
Probably because he texts while driving
After a while the water would probably start to boil