Check for a vac leak around the intake to manfold do this with cab cleaner spray around the intake and look to see if the idel change also check the lower half of the pcv tube hopely this get u going in the right way sounds liike a vac leak some where
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Just know you're not crazy....my 1999 Saturn S-Series is doing this too, particularly at low RPMs when I turn a corner. It feels like its going to stall like a manual car, but is auto. If anyone has a solution for us I'm curious to find out....
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