My 2002 Yukon XL (about 76,000 mi. at the time) Died at highway speed twice in the same trip from NC to MA I had a bad O2 sensor on the way to Myrtle Beach, had it replaced ($270 at a dealer ouch!)and on the way back to MA It died on me w/no warning, turns out it was restricted catalytic converters that had to be replaced (thank you 100,000 mile warranty)
Take your Yukon to the dealership and have them run the codes on there computer. they'll probably charge you about $75 bucks but it should tell you what was going on with your motor when it quit. and may save you allot of time and $$ in trial and error
A faulty alternator, a faulty belt tensioner.
Yes it can cause bulbs to blow.
A faulty pump, a faulty switch, a faulty release valve on the drain pipe.
Yes it could.
Its either a faulty cable or a faulty electrical connection.
Yes, a faulty O2 sensor might cause a 1993 Sidekick to stall. It would also cause the car to misfire and use far more gasoline that it needs.
A faulty crank sensor can do that.
Yes it can. A faulty thermostat can cause overheating which will cause coolant to be pushed out of the system.
A faulty or clogged egr valve can cause an engine to run rough. If stuck or clogged the valve can be cleaned after removal with carburetor cleaner.
Could be, worn bearing/seal in water pump, loose hose clamp, faulty hose, faulty radiator, faulty gaskets, faulty heater core, faulty freeze plugs in engine block, faulty radiator cap, cracked cylinder head,
age, faulty construction, collision with another object, whatever you think would cause it to break
The battery regulator is faulty or the battery has internal damage. Continuing to use a faulty regulator can quickly cause battery damage.
Only if it was broke in half and that is very doubtful.
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
A grounded signal wire from pcm, faulty pcm, or faulty injector are the only possible causes.
Faulty air lines, faulty valves, faulty brake chambers, faulty pop off valves on the air tanks
Faulty ball bearings lead to bearing failure.
A faulty crank sensor would cause no spark and no fuel.
The battery may be low on charge or possibly faulty.
faulty actuator switch. GM had some problems with these.
faulty wiring or you are accidentally hitting the switch and not realizing it
Most likely it's a faulty ignition cylinder.
it would cause a certain lamp to be going on and off. (flickering )
-faulty oil pres. sending unit -faulty oil pump