Question about 2000 Toyota ECHO
Try changing the fuel filter. Check the air filter. Check the timing. Check or change plugs and wires. Make sure there are no loose or broken vacuum lines under the hood. With the engine running, wiggle them all around and listen for a hissing sound.
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