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Stalls when stoped at light or stop sigh but starts right back up not offtened once in a while 1998 plymouth breeze maybe erg valve where is it located

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stalls when stoped at light or stop sigh but - motor1258_17.jpgRemove IAC (automatic idle speed) and clean it with throttle body spray cleaner especially the pointed part (pintle) as well as clean inside port (hole) it came out of . If it cures it for a while and starts doing it again, replace it.

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