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The choke cam, which advances idling when the engine is cold, is possibly stuck in a partially closed position. A spray of penetrant oil with a bit of manipulation of the shaft should fix that problem.
if its fuel injected first check to see if you have a vacuum leak if no leaks are found replace your idle speed control sensor this is usually found on the throttlebody .(has a wire plug harness on it)