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96 Chrysler LHS shuts off when I slow down

It will shake a little, and It only happens when it has been running for a little bit. I think it might be the fuel filter, but I was told it might be the ignition, or a vacuum line leak. Any suggestions?

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Might be water in your fuel filter.

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IF IT WAS A FUEL FILTER IT WOULD ACT LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME. GO TO AUTO ZONE OR ADVANCED PART STORE AND THEY WILL SCAN IT FOR FREE.BECAUSE IT COULD BE A EGR VALVE STICKING OR A THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR OR A {A.I.S MOTOR].

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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