Q: 2005 suzuki florenza shudders and stalls as i decelerate coming to a stop.

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My 2005 Suzuki Florenza sometimes shudders and cuts off when I come to a stop. I can feel it losing power as I approach the stop and pumping the gas does nothing but make it cut off. It starts back and I can continue but it is inconvenient and scary. I have cleaned the throttle box and replaced the fuel pump, but the problem still exist. It seems to be a fuel problem instead of a electrical one. Can you help me?

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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