Check Engine lights can come on for a variety of different reasons. It could be something as simple as the gas cap is not tight enough or it could mean you have a cylinder misfire. The check engine light usually comes on for some sort of emission problem. With the vehicle stalling out especially at idle it could be something like a tps sensor. The only way to tell is to take it to a full service garage or a dealer and have them hook the vehicle up to a code reader to find out why the light is on. But the reason that the light is on is probably the same reason that the car stalls out while idling.
You may want to check the engine vacuum lines for a direct leak to atmosphere. This can stall an engine when at idle but not at driving speeds.
Could be EGR valve sticking open or dirty at an idling condition or hesitates when accelerating.
Replace the Idle Air Control Valve only about $50. This would cause funny idling and stalling out.
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Why engine stalls on 1993 Chrysler Intrepid while driving and sometimes at stops?
The engine stops.
It could be a vacuum leak
Check for vacuum leaks.
The light comes on when the car stalls because the engine is not running and the pump therefore is not pumping. The pressure will always be 0 when the engine stalls and the light is directly related to pressure. This is normal, you have no problem, other than the engine stalling.
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Give me more info and i can get better answer, mine stalled but i just rev the engine a few times and than it worked fine. And make sure that if its a standard that you have it out of gear when you release the clutch, and if its not that than check your throttle positioning sensor, just get me more info and ill get you a better answer
If a car engine stalls when turning, there could be a problem with the power steering pump. There could also be an issue with an emissions control device.
The idle speed needs adjusted upward if an engine stalls when you take your foot off the accelerator while stopping or turning.