Q: I get 5 miles per gallon truck stalls at low rpms

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I get 5 miles a gallon it stalls when coming to a stop or at low rpms it shakes or vibrates. In drive in neutral it smooth out it cranks abit before. It starts but it always starts. Has new plugs wires cap rotor ....timing chain and radiator. Were replaced at 120k it now has 176k. There is a strong smell of gas but no leaks I mean strong a guy behind me In traffic going 60 at light told me he could smell gas

My car has 176000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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