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Motor bogs and wants to die when i stop with the a/c on.

When driving down the road the a/c and the car runs fine. When I come to a stop, the motor bogs down and wants to die, but as soon as I turn the a/c off the car runs fine. What is the problem? Thanks.

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What it sounds like you need to do, is adjust your BISS screw, its a little screw usually covered by rubber, sometimes not, it sits on top of your throttle body, and it adjusts how much air your car sucks when its at idle, if you adjust it for more air while idling, it should fix your problem that you described. You can use a flat head or a philips screw driver to turn the screw.

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