It will crank up again but I will have to hold brake and gas to keep it running at another stop. Once it cools down it will run fine until warmed back up. What would the problem be.
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2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Question: My truck cranks and runs fine until it warms up then it will cut off when I stop
pushrod July 20, 2012, 19:25Master
Check engine light on? What is your automotive skill level? What engine? How many miles on odometer?
Iac,Egr,Vacuum leak,coked throttle body Cts Iat Intake tube air cleaner.
Many possible things.
Replydnivens, July 20, 2012, 21:43Rookie
The check engine light is not coming on. My skill level is moderate. I have about 130,000 miles on it. I drove it back from New Jersey and it ran fine, air condition and all. I didnt drive it for a while, but kept it in the garage and cranked it 1 or twice a week but didnt drive it for about 8 months when I did this problem was there.
Replypushrod, July 20, 2012, 22:06Master
Check for presence of mice that could have made nest in air filter box.
Chewed wires or vacuum lines. One of the most overlooked problems
in my shop! Add some fuel treatment.How fresh is gas in tank now?
Read my profile.
Answer #2lude22r July 22, 2012, 03:25Technician
I would check ignition timing.
Answer #3ziptie12 July 28, 2012, 21:37Master
Idle air control valve stuck? When you first start up(cold) does it go to about 1100 rpms even briefly , or does it just hit 6-700 rpm's and stay there and gradually slow down when it's warming up.--coolant temp cool...injector pulse(fuel trim) is longer , when it warms up you get less fuel but same air maybe leaning it out to the point of stall.
Answer #4Cris Sr January 22, 2015, 14:05Rookie
Every time I fill up; completely full, it does this & on my daughters truck also. Don't ever completely fill your tank! My daughter thought it was the fuel pump; she replaced it and filter & when she filled up the next time it did it again.
Answer #5bobzombie February 09, 2015, 11:13Rookie
had this problem. replaced egr valve and it fixed the issue of stalling out at stop signs.
Answer #6Marklherr February 10, 2015, 11:42Rookie
Check your transmission fluid level make sure it's in ranges. It's common to stall and stop signs and stop lights if the fluid is low.