Question about 1985 Chrysler Fifth Avenue
It is more than likely temp. related. Check the coolant temperature sensor, and possibly all your vacuum hoses. This car still has a pcv valve too. Change that .
See if you have any critter nests in the air intake. The duct that actually feeds through the air filter
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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