It sounds like the crankshaft angle sensor is going out which the computer wont detect.
Here is a guide that will show you what you are in for when changing the sensor out.
Below are some diagrams that will show you what its like on your car.
You may need to lift the car. Here is a guide on that.
All cars can be controlled safely when the engine stalls. To address the stalling problem, if it only occurs at very low speeds such as when approaching a stop sign, a common cause is the battery was recently disconnected. Fuel injection systems include a means of controlling and adjusting idle speed automatically but the Engine Computer has to know when to do that.
It does that when it sees "minimum throttle" but that has to be learned because it's different on every car. For Chrysler products that relearn takes place when you drive at highway speed with the engine warmed up, then coast for at least seven seconds without touching the pedals. After a year of owning the car that should have taken place already. Seven seconds is typical of coasting off an off-ramp on the highway.
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Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 AT 11:03 AM