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Many things do this. First you have a 84, Do a compression test. low, then give up. No matter what you sink into it, it won't get better unless you rebuild the engine. Next replace the catalytic converter. After that tune it up, from the fuel filter to the top of the engine.
if your pressure is too low this fix is quite expensive and not worth for older cars, so the first thing you should try to keep it running is to use THICKER OIL (W20-50 or such), + oil stabilizier (any good oil additive).
I tried it in my Jeep,- helped right away.. Good luck
if you are not all that mechanical take it to a muffler shop they are usually cheap to cut out and swap please make sure that your current exhasut is the still stock or you will need to know the diameter of the pipe they used