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Car idle The jeep will not staying running on idle until it is driven for a couple of blocks. Then it is fine. Then when you turn the engine off and restart it has the same problem.

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  • tlajparenti Oct 15, 2008

    Thank you so very much!!! The battery had a crack in it.





    Thanks again.

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Battery and iac sensor cause this problem....... check battery conections and replace the idle air control valve on the intake....

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    Jimmy Oct 15, 2008

    no problem glad to hear its fixed justuscc

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