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I take it you are talking about a car engine. Hunting is usually a sign of an air leak in the intake manifold. Check that all the bolts are tight and that there are no leaking gaskets.

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    Briggs and Stratton hunting and surging.

    How about a leak down test?? sounds like blow bye. is it consuming large amounts of engine oil???

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    hunting or surging ilde. name the 2 RPMS, low and high , is it hot or cold engine this issue.? 400rpm or 1000 or 2000 all are diff.causes.
    no year, stated. so cant help.
    but ill answer in the generic,
    1: the ECU (got a carb,? )
    the ecu controls idle speed at all times.
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    A: air leaks in the induction will make motor race at some point the ECU/ISC loses control. and hunts. trying hard to correct it.
    b: egr stuck open idle too low, iSC cant correct it,, bad EGR.
    c: engine EFI running way too leak starving for fuel so it hunts for 2 reasons < ISC hunting, and lean does that.
    lean is gross power loss and opening throttle bogs the engine.
    so is double bad. ISC makes it worse,

    all this breaks down to 2 reasons.
    1: ISC bad. in some way (gummed up. or restricted inside)
    2: bad fueling or air leaks. vacuum leaks.

    try answers , the hot cold question and the 2 speeds, of the hunt.
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    First ensure that the throttle interior is really clean, a surface layer of grime can upset the ECU's ability to meter and govern the air entering the engine. If the throttle body interior is found to be really oily and dirty check on the idle air control valve and make sure that it too is cleaned up. Next put the ignition switch in position 2 (on, but no start) and depress the accelerator fully and release. If there is an issue with the throttle position sensor this procedure can help the ECU relocate the throttle plate position. Start the engine and if it is still hunting locate the air mass meter (AMM) on the air ducting immediately next to the air filter and disconnect the electrical connection. Does this remove the hunting aspect?... the rev speed might change but for the moment concentrate on the evenness of the tick-over. If the idle is even when the AMM is disconnected but hunts when connected then look at replacing your AMM. Try spraying the AMM with no residue electrical cleaning spray to see if this improves matters.

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