Question about 1993 BMW 325
That is most commonly caused by a vacuum leak, but can also be caused by a cam or crank sensor, throttle position sensor, map or maf sensor,
if you have a check engine light on, that most likely will tell you your problem, if not, check all your vacuum hoses, brake booster, and egr valve, they are the most common places to find vacuum leaks
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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