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1. will it stay running if you foot is sligtly on the gas.
if so common problem it the IAC valve located on top of the throttle body. it controls ait into the engine when throttle is closed.
2. do you hear loud fog horn like sound or hissing. this could indicate a vaccum leak.
3. are there any performance problems while driving.
my best guess would be the IAC (idle air control) valve
Well, to get it in gear, you can do a few things. The first being press
the clutch in and run it through all of the gears without applying
throttle and then try reverse again. You can also let off the clutch
half way and slightly pull the shifter in to reverse. As you let off,
it'll eventually pop right in to gear.
Sounds like the ECU is struggling to maintain a constant speed when the throttle is open on cretain spots. Does this vehicle have a TPS (throttle position sensor)? If it does then it probably needs to be put on a scope and properly adjusted for continuity. Or could be that some other factory settings have been tampered with on some smog components. Either case, its most likely your air/fuel ratio.