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Well pumping the pedal on a fuel injected car does nothing. If there are no trouble codes stored in the computer, look for excessive fuel from the injectors or the fuel pressure regulator. Or lack of air thru the idle air control valve.
i had a 91 gmc car, it was fuel injected &(if it was carburated) ran like the choke was stuck,i changed the thermostate sensor & relay(relay cost more)sounds like your car.the computer was getting information that the car was cold.if you can find a manual for your car check trouble shooting. i dont want to plug a company but HAYNES makes a quality manual.hpe this helps
I just went through lots of troubleshooting and expense on my 1996. Whenever I would lift my foot off the accelerator and was below about 30 mph, the rpm's would starts jumping around and sometimes it would stall. If I gave it a little gas (accelerator), I could sometimes keep it running. It also backfired once in a while. Starts right back up. Also, if I let it idle while in part, it would die after 1-2 minutes.
I ended up finding a hole in the fuel regulator. About a ~$70 part if you get an AC Delco, but very simple to change.