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I have changed IAC,EGR valve and pressure sensor, I have also cleaned out my throttle body and my 2002 explorer still stalls when I come to hard stops. Could this be a vacume line or an issue with my brakes?

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What is the idle speed like at rest,and with air cond on?when pumping the brake pedal at rest is there any change in idle speed and quality?
Have you had the system scanned for any fault codes or live data check?
How well was the throttle body cleaned,I have had a few that had to be cleaned a second time internally.
I hope this helps or get back with your findings.

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