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Old 01-25-2003, 11:01 AM
Hurshi Hurshi is offline
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Seems like your car has a vacuum leak which increases the amount of air in the air/fuel mixture or your car's fuel distibutor is adjusted to supply the lean fuel.
Last week I was having the same problem on my W124 230E. It turned out the the hose coming from the idle control valve was deattached.
Good luck.
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