Question about 1997 Chrysler Cirrus
Start by have the computer scanned for codes these codes will help in pinpointing the problem, you may have a bad vacuum leak or dirty throtlebody, but see if there are any codes first and then go from there if you have codes let me know and i can help more. most of the time on these cars the stalling is due to dirty throtlebody or bad idle air control valve,unless the check engine light is on, the last is a clooged converter. so scan the computer first. hope this helps.
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