Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring 2.7
Engine revs up high on start, slows down at stop sign, but, then, quickly revs up at same stopping point, also, there seems to be a "jump" at the same time while I'm holding down the brake.
Sounds like the trans is going into limp mode which it stays in second gear. you need to have it scanned for trouble codes
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok this sounds easy when you ran the vehicle the computer controled the idiling motor now that you replace the idiling motor the computer hasnt been reset to except the new parameters
once you reset computer this should bring the idle back down to its specified idle
you can also adjust back of gas pedel the idle cable and on the throttle body by the idling screw
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
You have a vacume leack, most likly on your PCV valve, or on the intake manifold there are a few rubber hoses that you should check for cracks and or leaks. When you find it go to the part store and buy then replace, you may e-mail me if you have any other questions firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
CHECK FUEL PUMP FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD HAVE SOME ONE TURN IGNITION KEY TO RUN POSITION.DONT START.IF YOU HEAR FUEL PUMP RUNNING IN FUEL TANK. FILTER COULD BE STOPPED UP.IF YOU HEAR NO SOUND FROM FUEL PUMP.IT COULD BE BAD.ALSO SCAN THE CAR MAKE SURE YOU HAVE NO PCM FAULTS.BECAUSE PCM CONTROLS FUEL PUMP ALSO.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Testimonial: "yep thanks, I'll try checking the fuses and fuel pump, then after that i'll get the scan done. this is a great car to drive, one of America's best."
Possibly a transmission issue. The transmission has a "lockup" mode, where a clutch connects the engine directly to the transmission at cruising speeds. It is then supposed to unlock at lower speeds and for stopping. If it doesn't unlock, the car will stall at a stop. Try putting it into neutral (carefullly, so you don't go into reverse) as you slow down, if it doesn't stall out, it is most likely the transmission lockup mechanism.
If it stalls in neutral it is an engine issue. Bad idle control, bad ignition (it's easier to fire at high speed), bad fuel injector, bad air flow/pressure sensor... and more possibilities.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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