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The battery died in my van. I replaced the battery. When I start it to warm up it starts o.k but as its running you can here it sputter like its going to stall out. when I drive it it loses power and stalls when I have to break.

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This may be caused by the idle air control sticking.
BTW, warming up a modern vehicle for the sake of the engine is not good; driving it off gently will bring it up to operating temperature more quickly and reduce wasted fuel. The engine just shouldn't be operated at high revs right away.

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