New to this forum so I'm hoping someone can help. I have a 2008 Chrysler Sebring 2.4l base model. i'm having issues with starting. I just got a new battery and my throttle body cleaned at a dealership. i do not have a check engine light on either. When i start my car in the morning or at any point where it has been sitting for over a few hours it bogs in very low rpms and sometimes just outright stalls. I've read that it could be the MAP sensor but i'm not sure what to do and i do not want to spend mass amounts of money trying to find out whats wrong. The dealership has no idea what the problem is. They said it was the battery and that my throttle body needed cleaning so i had that performed and its still doing it. Yesterday my car wouldn't even start so I jumped it with my wife's car and it started right up. After i got the new battery today it starts but the bogging/hesitation is still there. Any ideas?