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Hello, im familiar with the wiring repair in your link, but dont believe it applies to your vehicle, A stalling issue coming to a stop can be caused by a variety of things,, one that comes to mind is an issue with the evaporative emissions purge valve which is located on the intake manifold which draws in fuel vapor while driving down the road, we have seen these stick open and cause a stalling concern. If you post the 17 digit vin number I can check a few other things,how many miles are on the vehicle and has anything else been repaired or replaced recently and then the concern started to happen?
Ok, it may or may not set a code depending on what is causing the concern, get me the vin number and ill double check for any known issues
Ok no known technical bulletins for this concern, the evap purge valve was changed once at 93K miles for a fuel smell and P0456 evap small leak code. There are 2 open recalls, one is to reprogram the powertrain control module and trans control module and other to replace all 4 door latches. It can be a throttle body issue which would need to be monitored to see if the electronic throttle control desired angle and actual angle are within 3 degrees of each other. ANything more than that can cause a stall. Vacuum leak, falling apart air filter, dirty mass air flow sensor or stuck open evap purge valve can cause a stall