Re: On right turn car looses power let off gas its ok. No...
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Have read this twice and based on what you have indicated I think that maybe you have an intermittently operating fuel pump - sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. And while you are it, U might just want to check to make sure that the pump is always being energized -see if there is a loose connection somewhere that could result in the pump not running at times. If you have access to a voltmeter have your husband hook it up to the hot line and a good ground and have the meter in the car next to you. The moment you turn the ignition on the meter must register 12 volts or more. And once on, there is no cutting off - it stays at 12 volts at all times and any excess fuel pumped is returned back to the gas tank. Good luck.
Bummer deal! Sounds like the fuel filter is clogged. My motorcycle did the same thing and a new filter and a special kind of additive treatment restored its like new power - though 15 years old. The product from Mega Power is listed below and can be ordered on line. Its made for cars - and a motorcycle works exactly like any car does. Rarely, a fuel pump going dead will overheat and stop. Then restart. You can change the filter. A mechanic can check out the gas pump - Hope this helps. DIY fuel injector cleaners fast acting Ends several tune up problems
i have been fooled by this one way to many times. when a wheel bearing or hub assesembly is making noise, it will sound like it is comming from the other side. i do not know why this is. but one test will prove if and which one. when growling noise occurs, notice, when turning left or right, does noise get louder and quieter as you turn? if so then it is wheel bearing. when turning left the right side will make more noise. when turning right the left side will make more noise. if always the same then, tires or transmission need addressing. the cv axle does not make a growling noise, unless front wheel drive car does not move, it makes a clicking or poping noise. sorry but at least you dont have to replace other axle
if you jack up the right side of the car while its running does it die?...........just thinking that maybe the pickup has fallen off of the fuel pump in the gas tank so when the fuel moves to the left side of the tank the end of the pump may not be immersed in fuel. hope this helps...keep me posted its definitely an interesting problem.....Good luck!
One quick suggestion on why the car turns off when steered comletely left or right may be that the car is running low on power steering fluid. The power steering runs off a pump which is on a series of belts also connected to your idler pulley. When stress is put on the pump it causes rpms to drop and possibly to shut off if its low. some belts, pulleys, or power steering hoses may need to be replaced, as i had the same problem with my volkswagen.
as for the gas, you may want to check the exhaust for and leaks before the firewall.
Ok this a way different problem than i thought it was first thing to look at is the relays and fuses and connectors to make sure they are not loose, pull them out and reconnect them. Engine running = vibration. Engine not running = no vibration. If thats good your left light blinker may be shorted to your constant power. Your right blinker may have an intermittent open. I looked at turn signal flashers online they are about $10 each, maybe swap em out then return if it does not fix it. It really sounds like a wiring problem though so look at the back side of where the light is connector and tell me what you find if anything
It sounds like the car was ran out of oil.The engine bearings and crankshaft journal are probably scarred.The noise you are hearing is more than likely a piston rod slapping around about to break loose from the crankshaft.So,yes the engine is toast...Sorry..Good Luck!!!