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I am having serious problems with the idle modual it reves at the norm then all of a sudden the reves just increase up to roughly 2.300 and then come down to near stalling

1 have replaced crank angle cencer air flow cencer fuel injection plus the car will drive round 4 about 20mins then all of asudden stall or stop,, then after roughly 20 25 minutes of sitting on the side of the road I try and start the car again and I am in luck it starts then stops again at roughly the same milage

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First Check All Air hoses. Make sure no vacuum leak are present.
make sure your ignition coil are good. This will make engine idle roughly. For the rpm to high or to low maybe your air idler is no good. If you're car turn off it might be overheated. Check coolant level. Make your not mixing water with oil. Check the oil dipstick to verify. If like a milky color then it's mixing water with oil. This will car to stall and run roughly

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SOURCE: 1990 Mazda 626 4 cyl

low idle speed...or the need of a tune-up

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SOURCE: ROUGH IDLE AND HIGH FUEL CONSUMPTION - HESITATION

Try checking your Spark plugs (they MUST be the right type, clean, and properly adjusted: and try adjusting your timing. Either or both of these could cause this type of problem Hope it helps. If so, don't forget to rate the answer, will you?

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SOURCE: running lean at idle & rough idle stalling.

Replace the fuel filter,have the fuel pressure check,it is most likely the fuel pump.

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SOURCE: idles rough after engine is warm

check ALL vacuum lines for cracks/holes and replace as nesissary

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