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Idles rough when starts getting up to temp. then randomly idles rough when u stop at a light. you can hear the intake **** in air louder. somes will stall if you dont rev it up

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It sounds like you have a large vacuum leak somewhere. Has any work been done recently to the engine? Perhaps a line was left off. Check closely for disconnected or broken vacuum lines.

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