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My 1999 Isuzu Trooper

Every now and then for the last two weeks I will be driving and my car will stall out, so I put it in neutral start it and its fine. But as of recently the stalling was becoming more frequent. I got in the car to go take it to my Dad to have him look at it and it started fine but when I tried to put it in gear it would stall out. I waited a little while tried it again and the same thing. Any ideas?

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  • troopergal Oct 01, 2008

    I have the same problem with my 1999 Isuzu Trooper. All of a sudden it will cut off. I put it in neutral and it cranks right back up. Has happened on two different occassions. I did notice that my radio would not come on right before the car cut off. When it cranked back up the radio would come on. This may be a sign of electrical problems.

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Troopergal is probably right. It does sound like an electrical problem. However with an electrical problem it normally won't always start again right away. Another possibility is you have a clogged fuel filter. This is an easy one to fix. They are small in line placic filters in the fuel line and are easy to replace. They only cost a couple of dollars and are available at any spares shop.

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