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I have a 1997 plymouth voyager that stalls at any speed and restarts immediately. codes come up at random. p0138 p0132 p0743 plus the code for the tps. tested that and was good. also cleaned the throtlle body and AIC I am at a loss!!

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I just had this fixed 2 days ago. It was the crank shaft sensor. It's only been two days, but so far so good.

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I would call autozone and see what the codes are refering to they will be able to tell you .. the fuel filter may be starting to clog or the fuel pump is starting to malfunction or a egr or pcv valve is malfunctioning //

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Discription= An automatic transmission input DTC has been set in the transmission controller.

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P1733 no listing in manual


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