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Old 02-11-2013, 08:26 AM   #1
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I took my car to a shop to clean my engine cause it was still full of dirt and paint debri since i had it painted i got my car back like about 2 days after car started to kind of sound like it was bogging down when i stopped at a light it will drop below .500 almost turning off then going back to normal so i thought its time for sum tune up i got new sparks,oil,filter,fuel filter,brakes front and back the spark on the driver side to the back as i took it out it was full of like debri and like sum type of cleaner im talking like bad im afraid sum of that went inside i tried to vacumm sum out and cleaned it as best i could but car is still bogging is there a way to clean deeper in there or sum type of cheamical thanks in advance.
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Does it drop in rpm only when coming to a stop or it does it under normal idle? Give the IAC a clean then move on to the fuel related stuff
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Good news just did a deeper inspection and found out its my vacumm hose its a little torn hopefully that will fix the problem
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