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When in idle at idles below 1rpm, doeesnt die but seems like it. when in drive or reverse standing still like at a stop sign it will die on me. when driving while picking up speed it struggles to pick up. once at 40mph it drives but you can feel it struggle.
You should first get the engine scanned for trouble codes.
Try a new fuel filter, or have the fuel pressure tested. If fuel pressure is good, try some injector cleaner. If still no help, time for a tune-up with new plugs and wires, filters, pcv valve. If still no help, possibly the catalytic converter may be plugging up, or your egr valve needs cleaning. Could be a lot of things-you just have to start eliminating one by one. short of a shop running diagnostics and testing to find the problem. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 ford probe
duck tape on the air intake. I just fixed mine. There is a crack on the intake that lets too much air in when you put it in drive that makes the car stall. Try it it works.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
You may have a problem with idle speed control motor or ETC as GM calles it. here is a photo and a price from rockauto.com.
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # SA4
Motor Assembly $110.99
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Would this be the 1108cc or 1372cc model Uno ? You will find the vacuum advance unit attached to the distributor. Check the pipe connection from the vacuum advance to the carburettor - loose or damaged. This is normally the main cause for uneven idling/stalling. Alternatively the carburettor needs adjustment via the carburettor idling screw. Hopefully this will help. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
The car has no idle valve. This is a typlical characteristic of a bad throttle module. Be careful cleaning this module! DO NOT spray anything directly into it. Wet a cloth and wipe it. It rarely helps but unless it is a turbo it is easy to get to. BTW a new module dloes require software.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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