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You will need to remove the idle air control motor (number 2 in the picture) and clean out the passage way for it and clean it as well. Also clean the throttle body. Clean them with carb cleaner. What happens over time is they build up with carbon and it causes the idle air control motor to stick and the carbon will also restricted the air flow at idle and either one will cause the problem you are describing.