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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-27-2015 Thread Starter
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Stalling out problem

So like the title says ive been having a problem every once in a while with my car just randomly turning off. It usually happens when I'm in first or second and then throw it into neutral coming to a stop, only happened about 4 times now but it's kinda annoying so I'm looking for some help here. Thanks

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So like the title says ive been having a problem every once in a while with my car just randomly turning off. It usually happens when I'm in first or second and then throw it into neutral coming to a stop, only happened about 4 times now but it's kinda annoying so I'm looking for some help here. Thanks
2 most likely things are a dirty throttle body, or a bad throttle position sensor

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Alright I'll have to look into it, another thing to is when I initially start it up it'll idle very low at like 200-300 rpm then go up and be fine after like 30 sec
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2 most likely things are a dirty throttle body
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Yup had similar issues, cleaned my TB with some CRC cleaner, issue gone

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Clean the MAF while you're at it.
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