Stalling problem on Dodge Dakota

This problem is very much noticed on old dodge models.
The stalling is caused by the automatic idle speed control valve being gummed up with sludge from combustion back wash. You will have to clean the idle controlling  parts.To clean it follow the  procedure:---
Get a CAN of throttle valve cleaner (it is made by CRC) from the local auto parts store, spray it into the air intake of the engine until you have used about half the can, you will need to hold the idle up while you do this, it will try to stall, after this shut the engine down and disconnect the Negative (-) battery cable for 5 minutes. The intake is now clean, if you continue to have the idle speeds problems you will have to get the idle controlling parts inspected and replace the faulty one.
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