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Changed battery' now at low idle it stalls' 2004 dodge durango

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Take the plastic cover off the engine. remove and clean idle control mod.with carb cleaner. it is the bottom modual.it will be filthy,so clean thougho.

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Could be alternator or voltage regulator also.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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