I have a 2001 Chrysler Sebring LXi w/ 2.7 v6 w/ 95K miles. Within the last few months, in the morning when it is approx 55 degrees or lower, the car will stall right after starting it. I have to keep my foot on the gas pedal to keep it running. After the car warms up for 2 min or so, it will be fine the rest of the day. I don't have any problems with it stalling or hesitating otherwise. I start it in the afternoon and it starts right up almost every time. My check engine light does not come on and there are no codes in the computer.
<br/> I have cleaned the throttle body and the idle air control valve. I have replaced the spark plugs, cleaned the air filter, and ran some seafoam through it.