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My son drives a 2002 Durango 4x4 which i orginally purchased new. I have had few problems, but recently he has experienced the vehicle stalling at stops and turns. We tightened the battery terminals and fuel cap. Seems to occur less when he allows the vehicle to warm up first before he drives it. Any ideas?
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Bryan H
 

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First, welcome. I moved your post but I'm not sure it's still in the correct area since we don't have all your vehicle info.

Now, the first thing I would do is remove the throttle body and clean it along with the idle solenoid which is mounted to the side of it. I assume your model has it. Something else that will cause that but usually causes a CEL is a crank sensor going bad.
 

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easy fix. get a new IAC at autozone for around 0$. its located on the same side of the throttle body as the TPS. i believe its the module underneath the TPS
 
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