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Once your engine warms up and you come to a full stop it seems to rev up and then bog down and sometimes stalls could a vacuum leak do this?

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2005-10-20 09:06:30
2005-10-20 09:06:30

The idle solonoid is probably hanging. Remove it from the throtle body and clean it. 240SX? remove the AIV box and plug up the hoses

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