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If your car started stalling shortly after the AC stopped working and is still stalling after the throttle body was cleaned and ignition coil replaced could the AC problem have something to do with it?

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2014-10-07 02:14:04
2014-10-07 02:14:04

The ac could be causing the problem. Turn the ac off, and watch the compressor clutch to see if it is not engaged. If it is then the compressor or clutch could be bogging the engine down.

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