I had a 1984 Ford Ranger with a 3.0L V6. During the colder months I would start the car and drive, once it would start coming up to operating temp it would cut off like "someone turned off the switch" I knew it was electrical because a fuel problem would choke the engine out. After I pulled to the side and waited a few minutes it would restart and no additional episodes would occure.
Working with my mechanic we tried everything until he decided to swap out the Ignition Module in the base of the distributer. That did it! although the part tested allright we could only speculate that warming of the engine was causing one of the contacts to expand and separate from its contact point.
I realize we Easter egged it but hey it worked.
yes and no did not changed fuel filter
sounds like fuel filters. replace both filters and it should be fine..
It sounds like what is called the cold start solenoid going bad
Check fuel filters
Replace the fuel pump. I had an S-10 that acted similarly - turned out it needed new spark plugs and wires.
that truck is pretty old .... you should check ALL your fuel filters
is the computer setting a code or check engine light, if not it could be your crank sensor.
The Ford F150 cranks and immediately stalls and shuts off. It will crank again, but it shuts off. The guages move back and forth also
Mine did this and I found out it was the timing belt that needed to be changed.
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One reason that a 2000 GMC Jimmy engine stalls while driving could be your filter needing to be changed. The problem could also be a bad sensor.
I know it sounds silly but check your oil. Mine does the same thing when the oil gets low.
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fuel filter... or throttle body
that doesn't sound like the fuel pump relay...sounds like the fuel filter. look on the cross member immediately in front of the fuel tank
try checking the IAC motor. if it stalls at idle then it could be that. or the egr valve. one of the two have to be contributing to the problem
There could be a few reasons why a 1997 Chrysler Sebring loses power and stalls at a low speed. The thermostat could be bad, the battery cables could be lose, or a spark plug may need changed.
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vaccuum leak? maybe , just a theory
You have bad spark plugs and they need to be changed or there could be a bad vacuum line that needs to be replaced.
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The Stalls of Barchester was created on 1971-12-24.
Dave Stalls was born on 1955-09-19.
Could be many things but a good tune up would be a good place to start, spark plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air and fuel filters.
There is a valve on the fuel rail that looks like a tire valve. Depress that and discharge into a rag or you can pull the relay and let it run until it stalls.