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What does it mean when my car starts fine but dies once I turn the steering wheel more than 25 degrees, left or right?

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Dont know chrysler, but car is a car,try aircon on & off does idling change mutch?
if so ,look at idle stabeliser, or possible vacuum leak when at idle.
power steering when turning has a slight load on engine, sounds like stabeliser not compensating.

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As far i can see the problem of your car is that the idle. Some cars use to be like that i have encountered that once. I went many car checking but when i found out its the idle . If there is other problem on it that is the steering .While you turn the steering there is a wire that is disconnecting to the ignition switch . While you turn the steering.Adjust the idle if that is the problem . if there is a wire disconnecting check and connect it ,good day.

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