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Hi, i have a Chrysler cirrus 1999, v4 , 2.4l, 114000km, and while im driving, the rpm begins to go down, i press the accelerator, but nothing happens, so i slow down, the car wants to shut down, but then i accelerate and it comes back to normal, i continue to drive and 20 sec later, it happens again. I put it back in my driveway, wich is 45 degrees down, and then when i use it next time, it goes good for 10 minutes but then the problems come back again. I want to know the problem, is it the fuel filter? is it the clutch? can i get help?

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I doubt if it is the clutch. The clutch just engages the transmission for a particular gear.

Fuel filter? maybe it should be changed but only if the pressure is low or regularly scheduled maintenance allows it to be changed, which based on your mileage I would say it would qualify.

I would try to see if you can scan the car's computer to see if it has any codes stored that can direct us further.

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