After it cools the metal. This is why you have to wait till the next morning to start it again.
Get a battery load test as well.
Car starts then dies and won't start again. In that case every time you shut your car off you will not have enough juice to start it again. If so, then immediately cycle the key to off, then back on; I'm thinking it may be an immobilizer issue.
Check the fuel pressure and do fuel lines check to track and diagnose the fault easily. In cases like these, the car will often start for a few seconds, then die. Well its a long shot but it could be your catalytic converter is going bad or is clogged, i have seen them get so hott they glow red.
A couple times since this initially happened, the car will not even start up at all. Simple voltage isn’t a perfect indicator. My 2002 ford focus zx5 with the 2.0 dohc engine was running fine down the highway when it started to sputter and then died.
Key in 1992 then scroll to pontiac transport then scroll to coil/ignitor then scroll to texas. Car starts and then will not start again. A failing fuel pump can cause a car to start for a second and then die.
When this happens, you get a jump to get home and then put the battery on a dedicated charger overnight. You start your vehicle and after a few minutes of driving, the engine shuts off. If the engine suddenly shuts off, you know it’s the crank sensor.
If the car dies while driving but restarts again, check for a clogged fuel filter. See if it ever dies under these conditions. It will start again when i turn the key to the on position a few times and charge the fuel pump again.
Enough to display 12.7v but not enough to start the vehicle. Otherwise, it’s in a death spiral from that point onwards. Try it again and it does the same thing, plus my fuel gauge does not work and the airbag light stays on.
One way to check for this is, start the engine when it’s cold. You will then get 12 pages of vehicles that will work as a replacement for your reatta. A fuel pressure regulator is in charge of regulating the pressure of the fuel flowing through the system.
The lack of fuel issue is most often caused by a clogged fuel filter or a bad fuel pump. It eventually started and would not stay running unless the pedal was pressed all the way to the floor and it was. Fuel pump leak leakage in the fuel tank is one of the most common causes related to a car.
Often there is some remaining fuel in the fuel lines that burns shortly after ignition. If not, then check the drive belt for damage or retighten. Car starts then dies, but when i try to start it again in just cranks.
It is possible that your battery is bad and will not take a charge from your alternator while driving. Diagnose why your car dies while driving or at idle by looking at specific symptoms. The most common reason a car starts then dies immediately is a lack of fuel injected into the engine.
It wouldn't start back up for some time and became flooded. You need to try again. It can also be a faulty immobilizer not recognizing the car key.
Your truck will run on the juice from your battery antil their isnt enough juice to fire your spark plugs in turn leaving you without enough juice to start your truck antil the battery has had enouph time to regain a little charge. It could also be a result of a weak fuel pump that can’t provide a standard pressure. In some cars, the engine will just crank and crank, and never seem to start.
Then take a heat gun or hair drier and point it at the sensor. The engine won't start until it cools, just to die again after a few minutes of driving. If you wait long enough so the sensor cools down, it starts working again and the engine starts and runs.
Check the fuel pump if your vehicle stalls when stopping at a red light and then. And if you drive it to offten this way your battery will go bad on you as well. Your car battery could have all the power of two dead 9v batteries wired in series.
If your car sputters and dies suddenly when it is at idle, this is a sign that you’ve got a bad fuel pressure regulator. This sometimes can be seen at night by looking under your car after it has ran to the point of stalling and dieing,, if thats the problem the car cant exhaust creating back pressure that robbs power and can cause your car to die. (i drove around for about 30mins after the jump start.
It is physically impossible to fully charge your starting battery from a fully discharged state in only 30 minutes of driving.