Stalling at stops
I've had my '89 Bronco for 1.5 years. At first it ran perfectly. After a while, it began stalling when cold and would require 1 restart. Recently, it began stalling at almost every stop. When I re-start it, it idles fine, but as I come to a stop, it dips to 300 rpm, bounces back to 800 rpm, then dies. I have replaced plugs, cap and rotor, plug wires, and set timing. These have resulted in better and smoother acceleration, but no change to the stalling. Do any of you have recommendations on what to hit next?
89 Bronco XLT 351w/C6 stock