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1988 chev corsica v6 automatic 53,000 mi.( yea i know mothers car) kills when comming to a stop. restarts but will kill again when slowing down to stop again. runs fine at speed and at idle does not show any engine codes . maybe mas air sensor ? how do you check .

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This might be as simple as checking for vaccuum leaks in th e air hoses, sounds to me like when the revs drop the vaccuum stalls the car. However, could b thee resistor in the distributer. Check timing, there could be a number of reasons, low fuel pressure, plug gap, point gap, blocked fuel filter, idle stop solonoid on carby. Hope this helps, check those vaccuum lines. Good luck

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