I remove it from the vehicle, place it on my workbench, completely disassemble the unit, clean it up, replace the worn parts and re-install it in the vehicle. i have absolutely no idea what you are going to do.
Start it up again.
Sounds like a torque converter lock up solenoid.
get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
Whenever any vehicle stalls while driving it should be seen by a mechanic soon. It can be the a issues with the computer, ignition, or fuel.
It is a safety feature. You must pull in the left brake lever fully to engage reverse, if you try to put it into reverse without doing so, the engine will kill.
Get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
Need a little more info. What Model and year of the vehicle?
Turn on your headlights and hazard lights, call 911
When the car stalls out, depending on speeds, you can strip part of your transmission. (Basically break the tranny). Most stalls are stripping and what not when it comes to stalling, also I'm pretty sure you can short out some of the systems inside the vehicle.
I have same problem.
because your car has some problems i think you should buy another one :)
Put shifter in park or neutral.
A car might stall when shifting from park to reverse if the idle is set too low. It is also possible that the engine stalls because it is not fully warmed up before shifting from park to reverse.
If your vehicle stalls on a railroad crossing, it is of course a good idea to try to get it off. If you cannot get it off, get away from your vehicle, and call for help. If you see a train coming, walk towards the train, because when the train hits your vehicle, debris is more likely to fly the direction the train is moving. Remember that no vehicle is worth more than your life, and it is almost impossible for a train to stop. Also, if you see a train coming, it is better to run and save yourself and not the vehicle.
If you can get your vehicle started you can then un hook the battery while it is running and if your vehicle stays running then your alternator is good. If it stalls and dies as soon as you unhook the battery then the alternator is not good.If you can get your vehicle started you can then un hook the battery while it is running and if your vehicle stays running then your alternator is good. If it stalls and dies as soon as you unhook the battery then the alternator is not good.
Loss of power, loss of forward momentum, loss of speed.
Possible failed torque converter, it will be worth the money to have someone look at it who is good with transmissions.
Probably an alternator.
There is no specific collective noun for stalls, in which case a collective noun suitable for the circumstances is used, for example a row of stalls, a group of stalls, a bank of stalls.
Could be a fuel problem, dirt, water, clogged fuel filter,- electrical problem, plug wires or boots, distributer etc.
If the vehicle all the sudden just dies (stalls out) or sputters -R Diesel
yes,my vt is auto its fine wen its warm but first up in the morning it stalls two to three times before i can get going it happens most wen i change from reverse to drive,plz help
In Singapore, Sarabat Stalls are stalls selling drinks particularly milk tea
A major clue would be the vehicle stopping.