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1996 camry lost speedometer and a/c while driving. Put in new battery and alternator, still no change and now car just lost all power while driving . What is wrong with car?


lost speedometer, what does that mean 0mph at 50? ??????
YES, CHECK all fuses first. all cars, for any electric issues.

A./c lost, (ok there are 6 things that cut A/c some are normal)
one is HVAC dash blower fan must blow or AC brain cuts A.C
this prevent ICE up. (normal)
please:
why guess? please stop guessing and throwing parts and cash.
what does lost all power, driving mean.???
lost engine power (cant drive)
or lost all electric power (a prime reason for EFI to die , for lack of 12vdc electric power)
does lights die on the car, at the moment of problems?
Dash cluster , head lights, any lights.
does engine STALL? (0 RPM is stall) 300 RPM is bad idle.
800 RPM is normal hot idle, never less.

if this is just and engine power issue, (cant drive at all ,or only slow or
slow up hills?)O
my car will not move fast,? in any gear? and transmission don't slip
and no DTC scan codes (checked and smart to do first)

I'd be all over fuel pressure. this is a $20 gauge , that must be connected to the fuel rail to read pressure.
28psi is minimum for all cars.
if i knew what engine was in your car, id look yours up
alldata.com has this info.

the ecu can not report wrong fuel pressure, it cant
so is always and issue, with total engine power loss.
so is skipping 60,000 mile FULL TUNEUP's

if you need those charts they are easy to get. for any car.

tell more get more.... regards

Feb 20, 2014 | 1996 Toyota Camry

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They replaced my car with new battery but still stalling - no power at all. What do you think is the problem?


power?

electrical power, as in dim lights
or engine power, like you can go up a hill fast wide open throttle
is it just quick loss of engine power or constant.
hot engine cold engine or both.?

stalls come on may ways.
1: lost DC electrical power lost to EFI system.
2: lost compresson, fails hot?
3: lost spark , try a 60k mile tuneup now, if skippped, they are critical.
4: bad fueling

there are simple tests for each failure path./
do you want to, do you have tools, ???? or just want guessing../?????

ok , i will guess, warning all of mine are wrong.
1: the Fuel pump regulator is bad stuck wide open and fuel pressures
is 1/2 spec at 15psi, car is gutless all the time.
one down 49 to go..

Feb 02, 2014 | 1997 Toyota RAV4

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No power won't hold idle


stalls. (hot engine, cold engine, both?)_what engine of the many.?
lost engine power. sure that will stall any motor.
ever tune it up r, or do the 60k mile service points, EVER?
if car was serviced, we can then say
Stalls.
1: lost 12vdc to EFI and spark , did dash lamps all go dead at stall.
can you save the stall with a fast right foot. (big clue there !!!)
2: lost compression hot. (guage it)
3: lost spark. (tests)
4: lost fueling, or floods more simple tests, ask if not known.
5: EGR main valve stuck wide open.
6: ISC stuck closed but will not stop power, or fast right foot.

lost fueling can be just the skippped, 60k fuel fuilter swap.

Dec 05, 2013 | 1991 Honda Civic

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In gear but wont move


what engine/ there are many.
since you dont know, i must guess.
here goes, in generic form
1: is it the engine power lost or transmission failure
if you dont know, ask any mech to tell you, in 1second flat.
2:lost engine power (guess2)
a: lost electical power 12vdc to critical EFI parts.
b: lost compresson.
c: lost or weak spark no bad timing spark.
d: bad fueling.

that list works for all modern cars. if tranny is a M/T say so. now.

Oct 15, 2013 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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I was driving down the road and lost power..no gas..no brakes...no steering.


did it restart?
the engine stalled, as such you
get
no engine power
no P/S reverts to manual steering, you did not loose steering.
same with P/B power brakes, you didnt lose it you lost power
assist, brakes will stop just as vast but takes a husky foot.
in school (driving) we were though to drive, stalled engine.
i guess most school went dumb. (seen it)
now stalls
engine stall for a vast number or reasons.

do that tuneup not called the 60k mile service point list. did you.?
cars ignored all fail, no car runs 300k miles service free,
skip them and get stranded, (i promise)

1: lost electric power to the EFI system.
2: engine overheated or lost compression for any reasons (complex)
3: lost spark
4: lost fuel
5: too much fuel, flooding, and stalling.
6: egr sticks open.
7: ISC sticks closed.
8:if not restart, say so and list expands way more...

cars are complex, it's not like a burned out desk lamp.
vast complexity and after 2007 , insane complexity.
avoid them 2007 and newer, sans NASA engineer.

Oct 12, 2013 | 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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I lost all power to my car well driveing, what can be the problum?


When you say lost all power ...what type of power Battery power...Engine power...ACC power or what we need more information to be able to help


LET ME KNOW Ron

Sep 28, 2009 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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