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1997 Voyager dies when placed in gear. Able to kep a little gas to it and drive home, and do not feel it was transmission related since it changed gears ok. Cleaned throtle body, did not help. Any ideas?

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It could be the egr valve is leaking or stuck open or wrong vacuum hose installed. to properly clean throttle body you have to take off the rubber pipe that goes to the air cleaner box. open throttle by hand and scrub all around the round plate and the walls with a tooth brush and solvent, especially were the plate closes.

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Testimonial: "Scrubbed throtle body as you suggested. Seems to be ok now- Thanks."

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