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Maybe! Check your air filter, also go by auto zone, or O'Reilly Auto Parts, have them to check the engine code, it's free! Could be a bad oxygen flow sensor, or other sensor causing this! and you really need to fix that leak. hope this helps!
Ignition timing would be #1 on the list. Also check your plug wires, or change them. Check your air filter, and change the fuel filter. It could also be your egr system, faulty ignition coil, or a vacuum leak at the intake manifold.
could be a couple of things. run a tank or two of premium fuel and a few cycles of good injector cleaner. if that doesn't work it could be that it just needs a tune up. then after that, things start getting expensive and complicated