Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
First thing, and it costs nothing, is clean the throttle body interior thoroughly. Lift the throttle plate with your fingers and make that interior spotless, pay special attention to the rim of the throttle plate too. OK check out how it runs. If the problem is still there have a garage or Autozone do a code read from on the on-board diagnostics (OBD). If the car is exhibiting rough engine running I would check spark plug condition and the efficiency of the spark plug holders/leads. If when the car stalls does it start up directly or is it reluctant. If the former, change the cam sensor and if the latter, change the crank sensor. Both sensors when faulty also give rise to intermittent misfire events. At the age of your vehicle I would replace both as an insurance policy as they both have finite life. If no codes show on OBD replace the O2 sensor on the exhaust manifold. O2 sensors deteriorate with age and often give problems before the on OBD can detect them. The fact that you have a CEL also indicates an emission fault which points to an O2 sensor signal outside of normal range.
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