This problem usually is a victim of a massive vacuume leak. Usually from either the idle air control motor or, the fuel distrabution box itself.
A large vacuum leak could do that.
could be a vacuum leak and clean your throttle body out.
Could be a lean condition. Check all vacuum lines.
check for a vacuum leak, i have seen some with loose carburetor bolts which make a vacuum leak. could be a bad hose, on the distibutor, maybe a bad power brake hose, could be a number of things
Torque converter or vacuum leak
Could be a vacuum leak Could be a bad spark plug or wire Could be a bad valve (do a compression test) Coild be a bad coil if equipped with COP (Coil on Plug)
that just happened to me last week.i had a simple vacuum hose leak so that should be the only problem
If you have a check engine light "on" then you need to have it scanned for codes. It could be numerous reasons such as a vacuum leak, loss of fuel pressure, flooding,and the beat goes on.
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Could be a vacuum leak - check all lines and connectors udner hood and under the dash. Might be the check valve on the power brake booster.
check all vacuum lines for leaks
check distributor cap and rotor ,spark plug wires ,vacuum hoses
O2 sensor or vacuum leak
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After the black hole dies out, (see When do black holes die and/or How does a black hole get smaller) it will become just a vacuum.
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I don't think you could do that
It could be the fuel pump.
Vacuum leak, low compression, burnt valves, low fuel pressure, weak spark, bad transmission....
Had the same problem, the problem with mine was a hole in the vacuum line, listen for hissing noises