Question about Chrysler Cars & Trucks
Electronics control the idle. All the sensors work together to select the idle speed. It could be anything from a vacuum leak to a coolant sensor, idle solenoid ect, The computer has to be scanned for codes & live sensor readings to be directed toward the problem. Have it professionally ckd. Special equipment needed. u can ck for any vacuum hoses leaking before u take it in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
why do you want your rpms higher while idling? you don't want them high because your gas bill will reflect that. slow shouldn't matter but if it's dying while on idle it could either be your mass air flow sensor or your fuel filter being clogged
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
clean the IAC. Use spray carb cleaner and spray the idle air control valve. It is on the throttle body near the throttle plate. It may have become stuck with deposits.
Clean the throttle body as well. Check for vacuum leaks
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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