My 2006 Chrysler Town and Country suddenly began emitting idling high and emitting sulphuric odors.
I am not good at trouble-shooting but I am aware that my exhaust is making a popping sound, even my brake pedal began stiffening up, making it hard for me to brake with normal effort. I changed the spark plugs and the spark plug leads/wires, but it didn't fix the problem. I think it may be my vacuum that is at fault but I am not an expert like you, but I wish I was.
by Cindy Lawson4 years ago
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by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I keep on getting hubs idled despite tweaking them, changing titles and adding better keywords. I have got used to moving them to other sites such as Wizzley, Xobba and InfoBarrel but it seems to be an ongoing problem....
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by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
I've been following the thread re: problems with the unfairness of idling hubs for low traffic. I went to FAQ and LC to find what criteria determines one getting idled. I couldn't find anything. I know it's obviously...
by kellysue13257 years ago
My car is spitting and sputtering when driving or idling...and sometimes cuts off when at a stop
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