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Vacuum Vitals – Looking Past the Codes & Modes

In this month’s Diagnostic Dilemma, contributor Gary Goms found himself looking into an intermittent fast idle complaint on a 2008 Chrysler Sebring. The most baffling part of the diagnosis were the DTCs indicating a major vacuum leak and the voltage drop on the APP2 graph.

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Diagnostic-Dilemma-4-15-P3240929In this month’s Diagnostic Dilemma, contributor Gary Goms found himself looking into an intermittent fast idle complaint on a 2008 Chrysler Sebring equipped with the 3.5L, V6 engine. The car was in good condition and with approximately 130,000 miles on the odometer. He was working for a client shop owner who had retrieved some “throttle sensor codes,” which prompted that shop owner to replace the electronic throttle body. The codes hadn’t been recorded and were lost to memory.

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