Questions & Answers for: Chrysler iac sensor

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Question about 1998 Concorde

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...IAC Idle Air Control sensor is usually to blame. The MAF and TPS can effect idle also but usually IAC especially if it's erratic going up and down. If smooth idle but dies then maybe fuel ...

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...the problem was fixed... For the price of a can of throttle body, spray cleaner, I'd remove the IAC motor , clean it, and port it came out of and try it and see what happens. It sure sounds like ...

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Question about 2001 Town & Country

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a cold start to not keeping an idle when it fires up....coil packs have been replaced, tune up has been done, any suggestions? cam/ crank sensors/ Possible IAC or MAF sensor needs cleaning or replaced

Sensor. on the 2.7, The idle air control, or IAC, valve regulates the amount of air that enters the engine while a vehicle is idling by opening or closing a bypass in the throttle body. Increasing the

...Sensor , Distributor, Fuel Pump, Fuel Filter , have ran out of ideas I would check the IAC motor or idle air control motor, heres a little info.about the part.Stratus Sedan, 1999-2005Idle Air Control ...

...neutral? Not sure if this is normal or if this is linked to the constant black smoke we are getting when the accelerator is used whilst driving normally Could be problem with TPS sensor or IAC

Question about 1994 LeBaron

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...sensors cleaned with tech spray, carbutator spray works too just let them dry well( MAP/MAF, IAT, IAC) and replace the O2 ...

94 Chrysler New Yorker is idling at around 3000 RPMs. Changed IAC and TPS. Tested both Oxygen sensors and one is reading .25 volts steady and the other is reading .75 volts steady. Please advise. The ...

...iac sensor and it still shows bad. Took iac motor and cleaned it Have to check powers and ground curcuit. Idle Air Control Motor Circuit Malfunction Possible Causes Setting Conditions • Stepper motor ...

...after I take my foot off the gas peddle? Check for dirty IAC (idle air control), maybe EGR and throttle blade dirty also. Could also be bad coolant temp sensor, MAF/MAP, bad o2 sensor, tune up

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