Cuts out on tick over some times.revs also hunt up and down and when driving sometimes judders.i have cleaned out idler air sensor and it ran fine for a few hours.then switched off car for 10 mins. started up again and cut out down road
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engine cutting out is a sensor probably the timing sensor. needs replacing. as for braking would think you have a leak in the air line. even with the engine not funning you should be able to apply the brakes upto 3 times.. think this model is not fitted with abs like my sisters. when engine is running rev upto 3000 rev's if it starts to judder. also listen for hissing sound, if you find one repair it. most problems are down to a leaking air line.
My 05 1.6 renault megane struggles to start in th morning and once it does fire up you hav to rev it to ensure it wont cut out. The car then splutters and judders a bit till its warm then it tend to run ok. but keeps on switching off at the robots when i stop please what could it be
I have a mini one 2003. when i drive it its fine unless im cruising at about 40mph then i get a juddering. I have changed the air filter and used 2 bottles of injector fluid which when thats in the petrol it runs fine but as soon as i put more petrol in it starts juddering again. Also sometimes when i stop at traffic lights the engine feels that its gonna cut out, it revs up and down has has cut out once. Please can you help
Your problem sounds as if the thermo sensor....which controls the air
fuel ratio when engine is cold....is faulty. It is a common fault on
This is not an expensive part, and takes only a short time to fit.
Thanks to some advice I have fixed the problem with my Granada. The pipe work from the exhaust manifold to the inlet manifold has a short piece of plastic pipe which needed replacing. This seems to have done the trick.
I would like to thank you for running this site. Without it I would still be re-starting my car each time I stop at a red light!