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2004 sebring lxi 2.7L V6, engine revs when slowing down at stops, when automatic transmission downshifting. what are some causes of this?

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I had a similar issue with my Sebring. I took it to the dealership and they just "rebooted" my computer system. They said the computer was getting confused and having problems downshifting. I would check with them. It only took a few minutes at the dealership to reset it. I was relieved that it wasn't something major!
Hope this helps.

-LH

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