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My 1995 suzuki sidekick idling problem

I just did the replacement of a head gasket put everything back all together the four markings done also, but some how when I start it engine just rev fine but I smell some rich in gas although it's an automatic. When try to drive it and as soon as i shift to drive or reverse the idle sounded its going to stall and as I step on the accelerate on the gas pedal, car would drive slow feels like it cant run anymore.

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Check if you put back all the air (vacuum hoses) hoses to their proper places. You might inter change them making the EGR valve open. Also check your fuel filter and fuel injectors.

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