Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
I have a 2002 sebring sedan. 2.4liter it runs and drives very good, however when i am completely stopped it seems to putter? thats the best way i can describe it. the check engine light just came on 2 days ago but it has done this for awhile? could be a sensor ?
It could possibly be a sensor but i am almost positive it will tell you that your idle speed is too low. You must set your idle speed back to normal. Go to your throttle cable and there should be a screw (maybe two if you have cruise control) that you can move back and forth to control position of throttle spring. Once you have your RPM's set around 800 (or at smooth idle without sounding too high) then you have corrected your idle speed.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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