First post on here and of course I'm needing some help. I've got an 02 ram 4.7 with 104K miles on it now. Needless to say when I'm coming to fairly quick stops my truck is stalling or near stalling each time. I've tried a lot of things including cleaning the tb, installing a new IAC, new plugs, adjusting the the set screw on the throttle plate then recalibrating the the IAC. Recalibrating the TPS by stepping on the pedal with the engine off. Anyway does anybody know what is going on? What happens when i come to a stop is the rpms drop to a near normal range of 7-800 rpms following I get surge up to about 1200 rpms. Following the rpms drop to near 200 rpms and resurges out of it to 800 rpms and dies or just dies from 200 depending on whether the truck is warmed up or not. Things get a little more stable as the truck warms up but the problem is still there. Any suggestions open. I used sea foam too.