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Engine wont idle above 3000rpm.

Possible vacuum leaks or comuter problems?

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Ideal is about 6 to7 hunderd rpms for most chevy automatics .You need to say engine size and year when you ask questions like this.
My best guess is a problem with the catiylitc converter they tend to clog .Did you hear rattleing from it before this problem started .This is a sign there going .If exhuast gases can't get out the engine will run but have no power or rev up .
The good news is their not expensive 2 hunderd to 250 parts and gaskets not installed .

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The MOST LIKELY cause of an engine surging and refusing to idle is a vacuum leak. Check all vacuum line connections. You can also pinch rubber vacuum hoses off one at a time near the intake manifold to see if the engine idle changes, - don't forget to check the hose to the brake booster. If pinching off the booster hose fixes the running problem it is possible that the booster itself is leaking if you can't find any leak in the hose.

You can check for vacuum leaks at the intake manifolsd gaskets and throttle body base by squirting some carburetor cleaner around these areas. If you spray this into a vacuum leak area, you will hear a change in engine RPM.

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Possible IAC motor dirty or defective. Remove it. Clean the IAC plunger tip and the throttle body passages with air intake/throttle body cleaner spray can. Reassemble and start vehicle.

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Generally this would be related to either a vacuum leak, an idle speed control motor or a throttle positioin sensor. The computer uses these things to determine where to set the idle at after interpreting all of the data "sensed". You can check for vacuum leaks with a can of carburetor cleaner by sprayng a small amount using the extension tube, near the vacuum connections and the throttle body and air intake components. IF you spray a small amount at a time you won't have a potential fire hazard. When carb cleaner is sucked in through a vacuum leak, the engine slows down & this will identify a spefic location or hose.

You could stop by your local parts store & probably get a free scan for the check engine light & that could indicate more readily what a problem could be. good luck

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Appreciate the "Ask Me". With your indulgence, I would also be posting this reply in your original post here.

The fuel pump is inside the fuel tank as shown in diagram below.
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