Question about 1998 Plymouth Neon
When I'm running my AC and coming to a stop, my RPMs are reduced to nothing and the engine comes to a stop. I have to turn the car back on and keep my foot on the accelerator to keep the engine from dying. Sometimes the RPMs will dip, but come back up, especially when I'm moving slowly. It rarely happens when I'm not running my AC, but it has happened. I have a 5 speed with a DOHC.
Your throttle speed sensor(idle speed sensor)is not working properly.It's job is to keep the the engine at the proper rpm range when you are not applying the gas peddle.This is the most likely cause.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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