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This sounds like it could be a distributor module that is failing. I would have a diagnostic run on it by a mechanic. I know that's not the answer you were looking for but I believe it will save you money over trying all kinds of "home remedies" like running dry gas and the like on it. Then you'll know for sure what you're dealing with.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
Its very possible you have a fuel problem, Have you checked your fuel filter ? Also Which engine do you have ?Does it stall mostly when hot or cold ?
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Low on transmission fluid. The tranny fluid can only be checked by Chrysler, there is no dip stick, because you have to know the motor temp to be able to know where the fluid should register on the dip stick. Crazy!
Its not slipping now, but shifts hard. Has to be looked at by Chrysler again, but its done this since Ive had it, so I didnt realize it was a problem....
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Sounds like a RFID issue. Your key most likely has a chip inside of it. Most of the time people will have multiple keys on their key chain that can cause interference with the receiver in your steering column. Try using the one ignition key to start.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
A reason for hard shifting could be a problem with many things with various degrees of seriousness. It could be your ATF( automatic transmission fluid) is low or broken down and old. This would cause the hardness and the reason for stop and go traffic effecting it. Another possibility is your transmission is just shot, and the timing gears inside are worn and not properly shifting at the correct RPM causing a **** during shifting.
Some possibilties, not all!
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
SOURCE: The engine shut down while on stop and go traffic. Tried to restart but the throttle was weak and shut down again. After shutting everything down for 5 minutes, restarted the engine. The throttle w
If the car is having trouble maintaining idle (the tach dips and car dies) the common causes are the idle control valve and camshaft position sensors. The cam sensors failing will be indicated by a check engine light.
The ICV can removed and cleaned with good results (I think there is a write up on bimmerfest) or purchased new for about $100.
While you are in there check the intake boot that is Y shaped for cracks, it's prone to fail and will mess up your idle too.
read up on the major forums and you'll get more info
Posted on May 18, 2009
That should be it for fuse compartments..
If its not the fuse(s) or relay it might bethe switch,, or the motor..
Try to determine if there is power getting to the switch,, if so see if there is power to the motor..
You can find replacement parts pretty cheep on-line..
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Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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