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Truck has 130,000+ miles bought it with 90,000 miles never have done tuneup I have replaced plugs and changed oil on a regular bases, three weeks ago I noticed that after the engine warms up the R.P.M.s drop and it stalls. it starts right up with know problom but if I let the rpms drop below 1,000 it dies, could it be a P.C.V. valve or maybe the oxagen sencor or a tune up or all three I guess I just don't know where to start! can you help please ?

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First off can you give me exact year and model of the vehicle? It sounds like can be IAC or TPS. Also may need tuneup and a good intake cleaning. I prefer amsoil engine foam. The stuff is awesome and should be done before changing the oil. Once I have more information I can assist you further.
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