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Why would it kick after letting off the gas?

I have a 2006 Chrysler 300 with 115k miles. We bought it from the dealer 2 months ago. When you drive (not always) and take your foot off the gas, it kicks. I am thinking it is a transmission problem, but I'm unsure.

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Check TPS sensor[RPM]

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was the tranny changed by friends or the dealer. This car is picky for what fluids and mech thats done to it? Check autozone for help aswell

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SOURCE: 1996 CHRYSLER CIRRUS LX A/C COMPRESSOR WONT KICK ON CANT FIND ALL THE FUSES

Look under the hood on the drivers side of the engine compartment next to the air box for your filter. Two black covers there that have fuses and relays.

Also, on the drivers side of the dash on the end (I think). Look there too.

Let me know what you find.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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Dar

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SOURCE: 2006 Chrysler 300 running rough!

probably a dead spark plug or spark plug wire. When they are running without one cylinder working, they will shake pretty bad.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Alarm help

two options
1.) two the vehicle to a dealer
2.) find a mobile technician that can program keys

remember...some of the BEAT garages cannot program keys unless they PAY for the correct software for their scanners

for example, my "cheap" $5000 scanner cannot program keys

Posted on May 30, 2010

Rodney Swinson

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