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My car keeps stalling. On March 27, 2008 I had a Idle Control Motor replaced on the Jeep. On April 1, 2008 the car started doing the EXACT same thing. This will be the 4th time the car has gone to the shop. Is there something that the guy is missing? I have to drive with two feet. As soon as my foot comes off the Gas it stalls. My next move is taking it to a Jeep dealership. The only thing preventing me from taking it before was the cost. Thank-you for your time & input.

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Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Emily, I would probably check the EGR valve and also take a look at the throttle body, it may need cleaning. If you are lacking power while it is running, you could have a restriction in the exhaust. There are also a few other possibilities. I do suggest you take your vehicle to a Jeep dealership to have it properly diagnosed. Suzanne

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