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No codes, but stalls at idle in park once vehicle; 2.7L

No codes, but stalls at idle in park once vehicle has warmed up.

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Most common cause for stalling on tick over is usually a vacuum air leak. check all the smaller vacuum pipes under the bonnet for leaks or perhaps one may have come off.

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