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My 2004 Chevy avalanche will go in gear and drive normal when I stop or slow down it will stale or go very slow and when I put it in park and turn it off for a couple of mines or so it fire right up and drive normal for a while then does it again

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Any check engine lights on? You may try a new gas cap. The fuel tanks have to pressurize. But most of the time a check engine light will be on.

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