Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
Clean the inside of the throttle body along with IAC both in front of the throttle plate and behind the throttle plate, you can tilt with your fingers or pull on the accelerator cable. Everything should be spotless. If the Idle Air control (IAC) is dirty clean this too, if possible disconnect it and unbolt it from the the throttle body. Again spotless. The reason I suggest this is that the ECU calls on the IAC when the AC comes on to pick up the revs as the engine is now being presented with additional work in running the compressor. If the IAC passageways between the air duct and inlet manifold via the IAC valve or in anyway blocked this will reduce the ability for the engine to keep running and may stall
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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