Question about 2002 Ford ZX2
It could be many of things, i dont have a digram, however check for a vacuum leak, i had a similar problem on the PCV valve, there is a tube that runs from it, on the front of the motor next to the header and goes to the back under the center of the intake manifold. Its hard to get to if its messed up. Have you done a tune up, plugs, wires, filter(air and fuel)? if the fuel filter is badly clogged it may not be getting enough fuel ? Hope I could help.
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