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Pt cruiser rough idling

I have pt cruiser 03 has 50 k miles non turbo ,every time i stop on light it viberates like every 10 seconds ,i tried and clean intake with spray cleaner the car didnot start at begining but started again the second try ,i still have the problem i changed the spark plugs and air filter still not solved the problem
can any one help me

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  • pttrouble Mar 17, 2009

    is not fuel filer,it waswrong spak plugs was installed pt cruiser don't like double plutinum

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Replace your Fuel Filter and see if it does not Help. Even a Partially Clogged Fuel Filter will cause this Problem.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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