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Truck stalls during deceleration

Ok I recently posted a thread about this same issue, but just wanted to add another few details.....

So the problem is this:
I start my truck and it runs fine, than after several minutes of running the idle seems to get a little bit rough, and I notice that during deceleeration especially at lower speeds the truck sounds like its going to stall, and on several occasions has stalled.

I get the same response if I put it in park or neutral and hit the go pedal and release it.

People have said, it can be anything from the cps ( which I doubt) to the IPR O-rings, to low oil, to bad oil......Does anyone else have any other ideas? Id rather get it right the first time instead of buying parts I dont need. Im planning on changing the oil tommorow so hopefully thats the problem.

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