Your odds of dying in a car accident: 1 in 18,585. Your odds of dying in a plane accident: 1 in 354,319
either your fuel pump is about to go out or you just have a noisy fuel pump but its because it is always pumping fuel when the car is running
broken fuel pump/ fuel filter can cause car to die right after starting. If the fuel pump is not pumping fuel into the engine, the car will stall.
I have a 2001 Intrepid and my battery kept dying, so 2 tow trucks later I found out that the battery that was in my car had over heated and battery acid was leaking. After that all I had to do was replace the battery and everything is well. Hope this helps!
It is because you are leaving your car running while pumping gas into it, if you didn't notice how everyone else at the gas station turns their car off, you should, it is dangerous to do so and you should discontinue no matter what car it is you are fueling or whether it is acting right or not about it. their is a chance you could blow your car up, and the gas station along with it...
This question does not have a definitive answer as it entirely depends on the circumstances. If you and a parent are in a crashing plane or in a severe car crash, like with a semi or train, the odds could easily be 80 to 100 percent you'll both die on the same day. If you and a parent have been diagnosed with incurable brain cancer & you both have exactly 1 month to live, the odds of dying on the exact same day are still unknown but could be relatively high, maybe 60 - 80 percent.. The odds of you and a parent just randomly dying without warning on the same day are so low it pretty much wouldn't happen.
The Alternator might be bad. Make sure the battery terminals are clean, and the wires are good. If you still have a problem check the fuses.
According to the NHTSA... In 2010, there were 10.6 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people. Full details (like fatalities per passenger mile, etc) can be seen here:
Stop the car in a pulsating manner.