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93 beretta idles ok put in gear it dies highway driving ok but come 2 a stop it dies need help thank u

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  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    when i am going it is ok but when i stop 1min it will die out



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    Damien Brown Jul 15, 2012

    u ever solve this problem?

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Its a bad tcc more than likely, you can just unplug it if you chose. the only thing is you will lose overdrive.

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Does it feel like the transmission isnt disengaging and stalling the engine? If the transmission is automatic, it could be the lockout solenoid on the transmission. If it sticks, it will not disengage the transmission and cause the engine to stall when you come to a stop. Please let me know if this helps.

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