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ALL SENSORS HAVE BEEN CHANGED. FUEL FILTER CHANGED, FUEL PRESSURE IS AT SPECS AT IDLE BUT DIES IN GEAR. WILL RESTART BUT ALWAYS DIES. NO CODES IN SYSTEM WHEN IT DIES. NO HISTORY CODES. STILL HAVE COMUNICATION WITH COMPUTER. 1998 CHRYSLER SEBRING V6 MITS ENGINE. WE HAVE BEEN AT IT FOR 6WKS STRAIGHT, AND STILL NOT RUNNING CORRECTLY. PLEASE SOMEONE WITH THE RIGHT ANSWER/SOLUTION. THANX IN ADVANCE. 02 chrysler t&c dies at intersection, randomly that is. will restart fine. don't know what to do. 3.8 engine HELP

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    sounds like either a bad IAC valve, a sticking EGR valve or a vacuum leak in a hose.

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