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Car hesitates when slowing down

When i come up to a stop light my car will drop rpms and feels like its going to die out untill i hit the gas it a 2004 chevy trailblazer v6 not to sure but i think the front oxygen sensor is bad could this be why its acting up

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The same thing happened to me last week, turns out it was the idle valve that needed to be replaced...seems like some oil got inside and clogged it....

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