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1997 plymouth voyager dies without warning when i stop at a red light or stop sign

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    is your check engine light on? The device that controls your idle speed is the IAC. Idle air control valve. You can remove it and clean with spray carb cleaner. Clean the throttle plate and bore and replace the PCV valve. If your check engine light is on, do a self test. insert key in ignition.
    turn key: off-on, off-on, off-on. ( on is when the dash lights come on and off is one click back) Your trouble codes will flash out on the check engine light in pairs of numbers, 5-5 being the eng of the test. report back

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This was a common problem mostly with the 3.0 not so much the 3.3 or 3.8. Im not sure what engine you have because they came with both. Im guessing you have the 3.0. The problem I always had was the throttle body would get dirty inside causing not enough air to get into the engine at idle. Remove the air cleaner hose at the engine side then get some carb cleaner and spray it inside the throttle body. Take a clean rag and clean the butterfly and its edges and around the inside where the butterfly closes. This will most likely take care of your problem and it cheap fix if it works.

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If it restarts then its due to a vacuum leak or low idle, try cleaning the throtlebody, use some throlebody cleaner and a tothbrush, open the throtle plate and clean the front and back and the housing, if it still stalls look for any vacuum leaks, you will hear a hisssing noise but check the lines for cracks, if all looks good then i would replace the iac valve which is called the idle air control valve start with these things first. hope this helps.

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