Q: Crank sensor was replaced and car still stalling 2002 Mercedes ML320

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I had the crank sensor replaced years ago and all good. Had it replaced last month and SUV still stalling while slowing down. Should I replace it again or have a diagnostic check done? Please help.

My car has 59000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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