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I don't have steady rpm between 1000 and 2000 rpm

I have an Audi A4, 1996, V6, 2.8L, when the car is in the park position i have no problem, but when i start moving, i have a problem in the ability to maintain a stable rpm when the rotation is between the 1000 and 2000 rotaions per minute, baring in mind that i have no fault on scanner and checked almost all the possible air leaks, any idea????? cz have been living for a long while with this problem with no possible solution

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