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Stalls when you come to a stop light and wont keep an idle after moving the vehiclae , shuts off raondomly

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Hi fman
im dave hope i can help

check to see if your accelerator cable is binding or sticking under the pedal or under the hood.

have you changed the fuel filter in the last 100 000 km(60 000mi) or past two years? if you decide to try this run the car until you about enough fuel to make it to a reputable gas station after changing

check that you have a good stream of fuel at the fuel rail

is your service engine soon light on?

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