Category Archives: Stalling

I own a 2001 Honda Odyssey EX and it has been stalling right after I start my car.

Bruce says: Most likely The MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor may not be receiving the correct vacuum signal,  worn-down contacts on the ignition switch or a sticking IAC (Idle Air Control) valve are reasons why your Honda Odyssey may be … Continue reading

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Why would my 2002 Ford Taurus stall whenever I shift my car into drive and sometimes reverse?

Bruce says: Your Taurus could be stalling due to your Idle Air Control Valve being damaged or a problem with your transmission. AAMCO specializes in transmissions, i would suggest taking it there for so they can diagnose the issue.  AAMCO … Continue reading

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I own a 2003 Ford Explorer and it keeps stalling when the throttle is depressed. What could be the cause?

Bruce says: You could possibly have a weak fuel pump or a faulty throttle position sensor (TPS).  The certified technicians at AAMCO will be able to diagnose which of these low-cost fixes are are needed. Find a location via the … Continue reading

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I have a 2001 Honda Civic and it keeps stalling while I am driving, what is wrong with my car?

Bruce says: Road vibration could be affecting a wire harness that is most likely broken or a switch that could be worn, which causes a loss of voltage to the ignition system.  bring your car to your local AAMCO center. There … Continue reading

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What might be causing my 2001 Dodge Ram to keep stalling after I start it?

Bruce says: Your Dodge could be stalling because of a faulty Idle Air Control Valve (IAC) or inadequate fuel delivery. At AAMCO they will be able to determine and fix the problem. you can find an AAMCO location near you … Continue reading

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