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The two products are generally the same with a couple of differences. Sometimes the intake and throttle body cleaner can be sprayed upside down to reach areas hard to get to with the can in the upright position. Some intake and throttle body cleaner products are supposed to be ok with special metals and plastics used on newer cars and trucks. You would probably be safer with intake and throttle body cleaner if the car is fuel injected.
Hello and thank your for choosing fixya.com. As far as your car being hard to start in the morning, you may have a dying batter.Look on the battery for a date (which indicates the date of purchase) There should be a whole on the month, and day of purchase. If there isn't any, have the batter tested. You may need to replace it. Also, make sure that the battery terminals are clean and tight. Make sure that the wires on the starter are secure and as clean as possible as well. Check for frayed or damaged wiring. For the exhaust, it sound like you need to replace the donut in the manifold (exhaust). It's fairly simple to really so long as you can get to it. Disconnect the exhaught pipe from the manifold (should be 2-4) bolts (usually 3) and take out the old donut (if any of it's left) making sure there are nothing left of in the exhuast pipe. Put the new donut in, and bolt the pipe back to the manifold (see repair manual or parts dealer for torque specifications).
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Clean the throttle body thoroughly with carb cleaner - and unbolt the air flow unit and do same to that (gauze gets clogged -unit is bolted to front of throttle body with two bolts & a couple of small water hoses to it as well as wires). Just possible that air flow sensor is getting damp & is the final push to it thinking that engine is still cold, which enriches the petrol mixture (chokes), hence stalling attitude. Lights could be the Oxygen sensor (or others) reading appalling exhaust mixtures, due to over-rich mixture.