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Car stalls if the RPMs fall under 1000

Wondering if the crankase sensor causes this condition - If I don't keep giving the car a little gas to keep the RPM above 1000, it will register a engine misfire code i.e. the check engine light will blink and the engine will act like it's going to die - hestitate.

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