Starting/stalling problems with my 96 cirrus

candycane
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Asked by Dec 05, 2007 at 03:25 PM about the 1996 Chrysler Cirrus 4 Dr LX Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 96 Cirrus that will either stall in the middle of the road or won't start at all. Is there a sensor that controlls this>

3 Answers

check pluges going into distuber make sure are tight also have crank sencor checked.

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littlehorn
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It could be a problem with your fuel pump or fuel pump relay. These can cause funny things to happen including stalling at no apparent reasonable time, or hard/no start condition. You'll need to have this in for further diagnosis, as there are a lot of potential issues that could be causing your problem. There's not just one sensor that would cause this, per se.

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we had a 95 sebring doing same thing ,tighten plugs to distruber 2 plug in,s fixed problem

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