93 chrysler T&C engine starts cold %100.When engine is hot, it may not re-start until ithas had a "cooldown" Often it will die approaching a traffic signal, (red) or even when I release the Gas pedal & apply brake.all other times it performs normally, seems to die when rpm is dropping down. ????? Thanks, Jim

Asked by Mar 24, 2012 at 06:03 AM about the 1993 Chrysler Town & Country

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers


This sounds like an ignition problem. The electronic ignition may be over heating and and need to cool down period before it restarts. replace the electronic ignition. Sometime spark plug wires also get a crack in them and might cause the same symptoms. I think it calls for a hook up to the ciomputer

Thanks Fred, What would that consist of, Distributor, Coil, ??????

Hi Fred, Took your advice,installed new coil, same problem. When you say replace "electronic ignition" what would that consist of ??? Thanks, Jim


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