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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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Welcome to Allpar. I would put the Haynes away. The information is usually just general and emissions and electrical information can be just plain wrong or misleading.
You may have a vacuum diagram label under the hood to show hose routing.
EGR is here (if equipped): 80003e65.gif
The 4-wire IAC is here: 0900c1528003c4c0.gif
You may not see anything. You can unplug the vacuum hose to the EGR solenoid and plug it for a test.
Any rough running before the stall, or does it just 'shut off'?
Any fault codes?
 

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Throttle blade and bore cleaning is important once in a while also. The carbon build up will restrict airflow past the blade.
 
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