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You don't give enough information, but one of the things that it may be is the air flow sensor is dirty. there is a spray that you can buy a can of spray cleaner at a parts store. The air flow sensor is on the air intake to the carburetor. Spray it clean and re install. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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