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Most times that is caused by the throttle plate getting gummed up. On older carbureted vehicles the plate got cleaned off by the fuel passing by it. On injected cars, the plate stays dry because the fuel enters downstream of the air inlet. Just spray it out with carb cleaner and make sure that the plate is able to fully close and it should help. Also check for external vacuum leaks if clean out does not help.First startup after cleaning may be difficult but it will clear up. In cleaning you are essentially flooding the engine, but it won't damage anything..

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i wuold check to see if any check engine lights are on? if so then read and clear and see if problem goes away. if not i would take a look at the idle control valve. if it is bad then vehicle will present same issues as you are stating. Other issues could be fuel filter, weak pump, or a good fuel cleaning could be in order. let me know and ill help you as much as i can
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