If your car immediately starts, but stalls out, it’s time to see the Madison auto repair folks at one of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers.
You had planned to make a food pickup at the Dane Farmer’s Market this morning, but your car refused to cooperate. It started fine, but then cut off rather than continued to run. You’re not sure what the problem is.
There are a couple of reasons a car stalls out after starting. The cause, according to reference.com, can generally be tracked down by when it happens. If it happens when the engine is cold, then it’s likely a bad electric sensor. If it does it even when the engine is warm, then it’s likely a faulty electric fuel pump. Both problems happen in vehicles that have fuel injection systems.
Bad sensors are causing the car’s computer to malfunction and improperly determine the amount of fuel your engine needs. In the case of a bad electric fuel pump, the engine stops because it’s not getting enough gas to keep it running.
“A qualified mechanic can troubleshoot, diagnose and confirm the source of the problem. It is a relatively simple job to replace a faulty sensor or electric fuel pump,” reference.com says.
If you don’t have an auto repair mechanic you can trust, you need to consult the reliable auto repair experts at any one of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers: Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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