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its the idle control valve and its dirty or not working its on the inlet manifold and it allows into manifold ,its on the engine side of the butterfly control flap but i cannot tell you exactly where as iam a general mechanic not a dealer mechanic
1994 2.2 liter 4 cylinder is a timing belt, it should be changed every 90,000 miles under moderate driving conditions, under severe driving conditions (stop and go traffic, etc.) it should be changed every 60,000 miles
is the temp getting hots? if so check for water leaks including core plugs you dont want the head gasket to go, if its not this check fuel line going to carbie to make sure its not near any hot surfaces, if all ok probably **** been sucked from tank and getting stuck in carby
Check the coolant temp sensor. Also check the coolant level. If the level is low an air pocket can develop at the temp sensor. Heated air would take much longer to trigger the bi metal swith to activate.