My 200 says it has a vacuum leak
Could the vacuum leak be from the gas pedal sensor or the
throttle position sensor?? I changedon't the throttle body .
The lighting bolt still came on . What could it be I even torch
More than likely the vacuum leak would be at the intake manifold, or a bad vacuum line. You could try and snug up the intake bolts, and look for cracked vacuum lines. Spaying water with a spray bottle along the intake gasket and if the rpm's change, you know there is a leak at the intake manifold gasket.
I had this problem on my 2000 Chrysler Cirrus LXi and I would just change the throttle position sensor.
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