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My durango shutts off???

My durango shutts off when i drive slow usually in parking lots and whe i back out of parcking spots or back up hills or inclines what could it be, i have taken it to 2 shops and they can noy find any thing wrong because no codes come yp.

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Remove your A I S / I.A.C. motor on the throttle body, and clean it up good with throttle body cleaner. Make sure you spray good inside the port that it came out of too. Re--install & see if improvement. That Automatic Idle Speed ( A.I.S.) motor regulates the idle up & down according to different loads on the engine to eliminate stalling, such as when a/c turned on, brakes applied, steering turned, etc, anything that puts a load on your engine. If that works good for a while, then starts to act up again, replace it.

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