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2005 4x4 4000 mazda super cab

When you slow down to stop the engine vibrates and stales ; just had test done on fuel pump and a new gas filter + a new egr valve / i don;t know where else to look

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Did you check your air mass sensor - meter??
that sounds like your problem.

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