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There are numerous conditions that can cause stalling. Tune up overdue. Air controll motor going bad, fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, severely clogged air filter, vacuume leak.
I'd suggest a proffessional Diagnosis a a reputable shop.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a tune-up. Sometimes things slip "out of synch", and need to be put right again. It could be any one of a number of things, but all are minor. It could be, for instance, the fuel mixture, but most likely it is the timing. If you have a service manual and are a bit of a handyman, it is not a hard problem to fix, as long as you carefully follow all the instructions in the manual If you aren't game to try it yourself, the best option is to take it to a mechanic. Don't panic, because it is not a job that will cost you a fortune, but having it done will make your car run like new again. Please don't forget to rate this answer.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
check your vaucumn hoses for leaks any leak in that system will effect your fuel pressure regulator and fuel rail that controls the running ability
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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