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Engine stalled engine sputered lost power pulled to side of road barely stayed running no matter how far I pressed the gas pedal nochange

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Could be the fuel pump if you have beeen using low grade unleaded, but most likely u might need to call the dealership

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My 2005 Ford Focus won't stay running unless my foot is on the gas. It starts just fine & the check engine light is NOT on. What could be causing this?


It is likely that the engine management system has lost its base line calibration. If the battery is weak and during the crank to start the voltage dipped low enough the Engine Control Module lost its calibration. If the pedal is depressed during the crank the TPS (Throttle position sensor) will lose the idle position for the throttle. The hunting and surging and resultant stalling is the ECM seeking out the limits and re-establishing the throttle idle plate location.

If battery is OK than running the car allowing the calibration of the vehicle to reestablish itself will correct the problem. My experience is that this happens if the gas pedal is depressed during crank with a very very low battery voltage. Always the best way is to not touch the pedal during any cranking starting procedure. Or after a battery replacement.

To accelerate the calibration process attempt to run the car ingear tring not to allow the car to stall. After afew munites the car will have reestablished its normal running calibration and you will be allset.

Nov 28, 2015 | 2005 Ford Focus

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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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No speed when gas pedal is to floor tranny light came on


With the oil light coming on and the brake pedal being hard to press I would say that the engine stopped hence no vacuum -no power assist from the booster.- hard brake pedal. The lock uo feeling may come from the engine seizing up while you were still in gear

Feb 02, 2013 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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Firebird stalls when gas pedal pressed


try to take it to a garage for scan so as to know the problem.but to me it seems thorttle mouth fault.

Apr 16, 2012 | 1995 Pontiac Firebird

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I have a 1996 GMC Jimmy with a v6 vortec in it and i have a huge problem. When i bought the truck it started missing so i thought plugs and wires and oil change and its good. Well the problem isnt always...


Check fuel pressure it should be at least 52 psi if anything less replace fuel pump.If pressure is good then pull vacuum line off of the fuel pressure regulator and if fuel runs out replace regulator.

Jul 12, 2011 | GMC Jimmy Cars & Trucks

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ENGINE STALLS WHEN I STEP ON GAS PEDAL


Sounds like your fuel pump is going bad! The more you press on the pedal the more demand is on the pump and it cant keep up cuz its junk. Try to limp it to a shop to replace it, unless u wanna do that yourself.....

Jan 19, 2009 | 1996 Pontiac Grand Am

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