Question about 1997 Chrysler Concorde
This is the second winter of seeing this now. The car was fine all summer. On really cold days, when I get in and drive somewhere the car stalls when I stop. Now I can combat this by keeping my foot on the gas while holding the break....but obviously something is wrong. i thought last winter since it was the first time I had experienced it that perhaps there was water in my tank. Serveral dry-gas bottles later, it did nothing. When summer came and it got warmer out, all problems dissappeared. It is an old car and has many miles and I am hesitant to take it to a shop as it is not worth putting a lot of money into, but I'd like to know what could be causing this.
Hi if the car is idling ok when warmed up then it sounds like the choke isnt working (you will notice this more in the cold winter months)
Hope this gives you some help
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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