The above link explains what to look for. Let me know what you find. Changing components without understand and checking if it is faulty is not the way to go about.
There are many possibilities and if it is elecrically related, that would make even more complicated.
August, 15, 2012 AT 4:01 PM
Thanks for the article and good advice. I agree, I don't have the
money to keep replacing components to see which fixes the problem.
I'm not sure how the article applies to my car. The car has no
problem cranking and starting up, even when it dies on me on the road.
After it gets warm, the car begins to stall when I try to accelerate
(usually on county roads). After it cools down, I've been able to
limp back home (slowly).
The real issues are: 1) Why does the car stall AFTER it warms up and in gear (Drive).
2) Why does it stall ONLY after I gas is applied to climb inclines.
August, 16, 2012 AT 8:45 AM
Stalling at operating temperature and easily cranks up can mean the idling speed is too low. When idling speed is too low, the IAC could be dirty resulting in inefficient air flow. Cleaning the IAC and throttle body should solve the idling issue as there are no trouble codes.
August, 16, 2012 AT 7:52 PM
What kind of cleaner should I use? Can I use something like WD-40?
I've seen several how-to videos on cleaning the IAC and throttle body.