Q: Q: Idles and stalls again.

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My car began to start hesitating, and got to the point where it would shut off when i came to a stop. The rpm would drop below 1,000 while in drive and at a stop. I had a hole in the flex pipe in which I got replaced. The car continued doing the same thing and began to get a little worse. I had the muffler replaced and within a week, the car got really bad shutting of in neutral and in drive. Now, it will not start. Do you know what that can be?

My car has 240000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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