Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
If i do move screw to fix idle will it effect any other part on the car. Ex breaking any sensors or messing any other mechanical parts, and how do i know which of the two i adjust?
Mcdevito75 here, YES and NO as you most likely won"t do any good. The idle at the carb is usually set at the factory and is controlled by the cars computer thru sensors/ motors, if you turn the screw--s on the carb. you could send a wrong message to the computer and make your idle way out of control, and if your idle is off due to a faulty sensor/ idle motor you again, are doing no good. BEST BET, have your local shop run a scan on the cars computer, check for vacum leaks etc to addresss your idle problem.
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