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A vehicle that slows down and accelerates on it's own, sounds as though it is having issues with the cruise control. It slows itself down and speeds up in order to maintain the designated speed. That is where I would start my diagnosis.
To a limited extent this is normal because the engine goes into a heat soak condition when it is shut down- hot areas with the water jacket surrounding it are still heating up from the residual heat in the engine.