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2000 stratus 2.5 stalling problem???

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Old 12-02-2011, 08:11 AM
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Unhappy 2000 stratus 2.5 stalling problem???

i have a 2000 stratus 2.5 and im having problems with idle also? I replaced my iac and the tps. i put new plugs in it and cap and button it also but it still wants to stall when im coming to a stop. My car runs great on highway and in town as long as i dont stop. I might add that if i tap guess a lil before it goes to below 1000 rpms that it wont stall. I have noticed rough idle also which comes and go but the stalling is not going away.I also put new fuel filter on it and its not a fuel problem this i know for sure.. I also replaced crank sensor. Im very lost here and cant afford to keep guessing what the problem is.. Can anybody help me here????Please

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