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Set to mans rec start car runs until idle drops then hard starting

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Vacuum Hoses
  • A loose or broken vacuum hose causes rough idling, and is the easiest repair of all. This is a very common problem since hoses wear out over time. Look in your engine compartment, and examine the hoses carefully for any signs of abrasion, breaking or loosening. Replace any damaged or broken sections of hose, available at most auto parts stores, and your rough idling will more than likely disappear.
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