Since: Feb 10

Rock Hill, SC

#1 Feb 7, 2010
My car has recently been turning itself off if the RPM's reach too low, also turning heavily while giving it little gas will turn the car off. It's happened to me at several lights, and the only way I can solve the problem for now is to stop behind someone leaving some distance and slowly let off the brake to keep the RPM's up and the car from stalling out. Anyone know what may be wrong? A sensor possibly? The turning of the wheel often seems to affect it. Please help. Also tell me what would be the cheapest way to find out/fix the problem.

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