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a little disconcerting

Hey guys, i have 2001 4.0L SOHC Ranger XLT and i have been noticing lately that when i go to park it and take it out of gear and into park it stalls itself out. It's an automatic transmission. I have been noticing this and thought for a while that it was my battery cuz my battery was low. Any ideas what could be causing the problem? any ideas on how i might be able to fix it? thanks guys!
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It "could" be you IAC
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where would it be and can i fix it myself?
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