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I changed the air filter and my car bogs when i idle, like if their was a leak but no leaks found.

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If you have never cleaned the throttle body, it is possible with the a/c engaged and vehicle in gear that the idle will drop down low. clean the throttle body of carbon buildup. should idle around 725 or so.

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Car idles fine, but sputters, bogs and dies if gas pedal is pressed.


new spark plugs this decade. (a tune up?0
the filter is part of all 60k tuneups. letting it clog wrecks good pumps.
my wild guess, its lack of fuel flow, do to old filter.
or low fuel pressure.
car is identical to a Corolla. so is not unique or rare as some Geo cars are.
the cam belt not changes, invites valve kissing piston tops. BOOM
end of engine. (costs more to fix then worth of car)
the word is bogging, my engine bogs
if if bogs WOT (wide open throttle) and dont catch up < ITS NOT THE TPS. ever.
tps bad causes short bogs, called hesitations.
The map sensor , is what measure air flow and the ECU matches fuel to this air flow.
my guess, is it does that, but fuel pressure is like 15PSI, bad.

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If that's the problem, check with timing light, check the tension and teeth on the belt and pulleys, see if the pulley marks line up, change out the belt, replace harmonic and pulley if necessary....

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Check vacuum hoses for leaks, cracks an make sure old hoses are not sucking shut , if check engine light is on it could be a map idle sensor, change spark plugs an clean air filter. Most power loss issues come from electrical issues.

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I have a 90 silverado 5.7 an it just started to idle very high then low cutting out popping an dying on me. I noticed it will start an run fine until it gets to operating temp. Then it acts like sumone us...


Have you tried cleaning the MAF sensor. This sensor is by the air filter box. The mass air flow sensor has to be cleaned with a special spray that you can get at any auto parts store. Do not, I repeat do not use carb cleaner this will ruin it. It is basically a thin filament housed in a grid where the air flow goes through and if it gets coated by dust, oil, or burning to rich black soot this will throw the signal off just enough at the computer.

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1994 Oldsmobile Bravada dies at stoplights, just changed fuel pump/filter and egr valve.Appriciate any help. thanks


check for vacuum leaks. You can do this with a can of carb spray but please be careful as it is flammable! if the ignition wires are leaking and you hit them with carb spray you will start the engine on fire!

The safer alternative is to have the engine "smoked" for vacuum leaks. This is done with a smoker. Any place that is leaking you will see smoke.

A trained ear will also be able to hear a leak.

If no leaks are found try unplugging the MAF sensor. Is is in the air tube next to the air filter box. If performance improves try cleaning it with some MAF sensor cleaner. If that doesn't work than you may need to replace it.

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92 buick skylark 3.3 erratic idle


vacuum leaks, air filter clogged, idle control system, or leaking egr, leaking head gasket, worn timing chain, camshaft lobes worn, valves burnt or leaking, faulty emissions or engine control system.
Could be any of the above. Check your air filter first, then vacuum leaks, the idle control valve sensor. Work your way through them from the cheapest to the expensive. Good luck!

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As i accelerate the engine bogs a little bit, starts &idles good


has the fuel filter every been changed? sounds like low fuel pressure.

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Car is stalling and idleing irradically.


I Would Suggest That You Complete A Engine Cylinder Leak Down Test.....(not A Compression Test But A Leak Down Test) this will tell you if you have internal problems....possible worn rings or a burnt valve(s) I would use a smoke machine to check for vacuum leaks also. Good Luck

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Bogging down


you might have a bad tps (throttle positioing sensor) or maybe a vaccum leak or the idle air control solinoid is bad and be alot of things. if your check engine light came on, you can go to autozone and have them retrieve the code or codes to narrow it down

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Engine bogs down


Whatever your problem is, I would guess that it happened after you began to drive it. I would consider looking for a vacumn leak. Plus, it would be helpful to know how the carb change affected the problem, as it does seem like fuel.

There are inline fuel filters under neather the truck body that may cause a problem, as well.

But I still feel that based on the limited amount of information, I would look for a vacumn leak. For example, if it has power brakes, a leaking hydrobooster can leak vacumn and throw of your air/fuel ratio. Vacumn pressure at idle should be 14.2, and at a higher idle should drop to about 12 or 11 inches of vacumn.
Bill

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