2002 Ford Explorer • 6 cylinder Automatic • 117,000 miles
I have an '02 explorer sporttrac, and when it reaches operationg temp, and you apply the brake, the engine stalls out when you reach a complete stop. If you apply the brake a little at a time, it doesn't stall.
December 29, 2010.
December 29, 2010.
Further information about the stalling problem I'm having: we changed the idle control valve, and EGR valve, no luck in fixing the problem. I did figure out that if I shift it into nuetral it won't stall when I stop, but, it dies when I put it back in drive. Can this be a bad sensor in the transmission, or other trans. Related issue?
More on my stalling issue. We replaced the EGR valve, and Idle control valve, no luck, problem still exists. I have found that if I shift into nuetral when I stop, it won't die, but, dies as soon as I shift into drive. Is there a sensor on the trans somewhere, or some other trans. Related issue maybe?
1986 Nissan Stanza, California version. The engine wants to die when stopping. I thought that the lock-up switch for the torque converter was not unlocking. I have installed a used ...
2 answers • 1986 Nissan Sunny • 100,000 miles
1999 Hyundai Elantra mileage: 110,000. This car idles fairly well in neutral or park but very rough in reverse and drive. I just replaced the engine with a used engine and it is doing ...
1 answer • 1999 Hyundai Elantra • 110,000 miles
1988 Chevrolet Astro Van mileage: 247,000. It's time to replace the engine in my 1988 Astro. I bought a 4.3 V6 that has come out of a 1991 S-10. When I dismantled it to get it ready to ...
1 answer • 1988 Chevrolet Astro • 247,000 miles
1990 Toyota Camry mileage: 150,000. 1. The oil warning light is on. 2. There are four quarts of oil in the car. 3. The oil filter is dry. 4. The engine sounds rough. 5. There is noise ...
3 answers • 1990 Toyota Camry • 150,000 miles