Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
I have a 2002 Chrysler Mini van with the 3.8 L engine. My wife have been complaining about her van either stalling or stubling when she tried to take off. Every time I drove the van it worked fine until I put fuel in it then after leaving the gas station the engine would stumble/hesitate when accelerating back onto the road, In some case it would completely stall out and we would have to restart the engine. The problem seems to go away after about a minute or so of normal driving and doesn't come back until the next time you put fuel in. Could this be some sort of gas cap issue?
POSSIBLY. BUT MORE LIKELY TO BE A VAC LEAC TO THE EVAPROTIVE SYSTEM. CHECK ALL OF THE VENT TUBE UNDER THE VEHICLE, EXPECIALLY AT THE CHARCOAL CANISTER. REPLACE ANY BROKEN LINES AND THEN TRY AGAIN.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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