Car started shaking and then it just stalled and then it just cranked and wouldn't start again. Any thoughts or common problems that can cause this? Car has 40k miles. I am not sure if the fuel pumps are turning on. Is there a relay and where is it located? Also is there any recalls on this model for bad iginition coils?
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I was just thinking about the sudden stall problem ,and no start problem .Have you checked the coil pack. When the car is cold it should start ,when it warms up ,with the under hood temps ,it will probably stall ,again. Try replacing the coil pack .
Hope this helps
my car would turn over but wouldn 't start, after changing all the same stuff you did it kept not starting again , so i changed the purge control valve and it's been good so far . seems to be a common problem, there are 2 on the car but they say its the one on the engine they always replace, better check that first to be sure.
what year, what engines. id dont even need a body to start car
just the engine and EFI parts. so engine is #1 (size)
wont start at all , wont crank at all,
starts and misfires and stalls. or near stalls. (shakes)_?
starts and floods, and stalls. (park tips soaking in fuel test)
starts, but is lean and stalls.
ever do the 60 tune up's>
This sounds like a failing camshaft position sensor and weak crank shaft sensor .When crank shaft sensor gets weak it will stop functioning.When crank shaft sensor stops working then ECM will not control fuel system and the fuel will stop flowing.And this can cause the problem.When crank shaft sensor gets heated it will stop working, but when the car shuts off, the sensor gets cold and works for few minutes and sensor again gets hot and it stalls.----------Get the crank shaft sensor tested on your Chevrolet venture.----------There are many other possibilities for this stalling problem,but crank shaft problem is indicating in your case.For more details, click the link below:---http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/10/stalling-problem-on-2000-chevrolet.html
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Try replacing the crank angle sensor i had a problem where my automatic 2000 accent x3 would stall when it warmed up and wouldn't start till it was cold again. its a common problem on x3's apparently, my new one cost me approx. $80. never had the problem again after replacing it.
when you say car does not start what do you mean does it crank atleast, now the switch they replaced is just a neutral safety switch has nothing to do with our problem to me it sounds like that the crank sensor is going bad in this car