Question about 2001 Chrysler 300M
Locate your air filter [Im assuming it is a 5.7L] follow plastic tubes to the back of the motor. Where the tubes bolt onto the motor is where the gasket will be. As the car is running and idling high spray the brake cleaner or ether all around that area, no worries about soaking anything as the stuff evaporates immediately. Use the straw provided if need be to get a good aim, and do it back and forth to see if there is a change in idle. I looked up your motor on google and it shows the gasket at the rear of motor by the firewall just like I figured it would be. Spray a good douse all around making sure it goes all around where the gasket will be. The gasket is metal so it is important to spray the full length of said gasket. Let me kn ow how you make out. If this fails to give an indication or idle stays the same, try spraying the spray onto the air filter and see if the idle goes down, but that is a test of last resort
Posted on Apr 12, 2014
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