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Sounds silly but have to activated the chainbrake by accident.? The black handguard by the top handle is the chainbrake.! Pull it back to de-activate the safety chain brake. It works by activating a brake band around the clutch drum, stopping the drive but the engine still runs, however if you try and rev it the engine will struggle under load because the clutch is trying to drive a drum which is being held by the brake.
ive seen transmissions cause this in high-end luxery cars... but that being said..
-sounds like your fuel filter is clogged. (i just shake mine out and run carb cleaner in it, which i do every 15,000 miles) -could also be fuel pump -loose battery terminal -bad alternator -clogged MAF sensor
so your saying when it is ideling after you start it, it struggles to stay running, if so you may just need a minor tweak on the throttle body theres a little mechanism that the throttle cable attaches to, this is the thing that opens the butterfly valve which lets more air into your engine which is how you accelerate on that little mechanism is an adjustment screw that heightens or lowers your revs when its ideling start your car and adjust the screw till your engine runs and sounds right