27th Oct 2016, 03:29

Idle air control motor.

27th Oct 2016, 03:48

Those are great old school car and very reliable too. I would check or replace cheap things first... like checking for vacuum leaks. Checking for a cracked manifold, replacing the EGR or PCV valve... do the cheap things first. Then if that doesn't do it, start taking it apart and cleaning parts on the top of the engine, like throttle plates and anything that has fuel splashed on it or fuel goes through. Fuel has a way of wearing down parts. Buy some carb cleaner in a can and start cleaning up years of wear and tear on that engine.