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MY DAUGHTER HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. THERE IS A HOSE THAT GOES FROM THE VALVE COVER TO THE FUEL INJECTOR HOUSING. ITS ABOUT 12 INCHES LONG. THERE WAS A TINY LITTLE TEAR ON THE BOTTOM THAT I COULDNT SEE. I REPLACED IT WITH FUEL LINE TUBING THAT I BOUGHT FROM AUTOZONE. IT WORK PERFECT. I HOPE THIS IS YOUR PROBLEM. IT TOOK ABOUT 2 MINUTES TO FIX.
You may have a vacuum leak at the intake. Spray some WD-40 along the intake while it's running. If the car's idle changes you have a vacuum leak there. Replace the intake gasket. Your IAC valve (Idle Air Control valve) could be acting up as well.