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Old 08-05-2010, 06:07 PM   #16
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Re: 2001 Intrepid R/T stalls when slowing down

hello i have a similar problem. inn my intrepid 2000 engine 2.7 ... my car doesnt die ... the problem is the idle too low ... n sometimes the car shakes whein a red light .. what i noticed the iat wiring is damage .. so am gonna change the connector today .. any suggestion ????
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Old 01-01-2017, 10:13 AM   #17
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Re: 2001 Intrepid R/T stalls when slowing down

LOL K 6 years latter looks like And Same old Problem, my intrepid 2000 engine 2.7 only 110 K ... my car starts , runs great, idles fine, It has sat a lot , and just went thru emissions no problem, no codes .. but on way to shop would stall at lights or when slowing to turn corner, drove it other day and did again few times was with my mechanic whos usually a wizz, but of course when he was with me even under hard breaking wouldn't do it every time, so were baffled, Just wondering if now 6 years latter if anyone has figured this out or has a definitive solution?
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