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Sik_Wit_It
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Sik_Wit_It Jul 8, 8:52pm - #219262 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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HELP

Ok, this just started happening lately. Everytime I come to a stop sign or stoplight, my car starts to stumble like it's not getting gas or something. It starts to shake a lil bit, then I keep driving and it goes away. Also when i'm going down a hill my car's rpm's jumps and starts to idle a lil high. i dont kno whats going on?

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JBing
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JBing Jul 8, 8:56pm - #219263 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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mine does the same thing, hasnt cut out yet though idunno

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celicafourotwo
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celicafourotwo Jul 9, 4:52am - #219264 

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try cleaning ur MAF sensor..check the battery to see if it's low..mine does that if i have an Intake on..otherwise with stock airbox it don't do that...if ur rpm's jump around you should check ur lift bolts if you have GTS..other then that i have no clue..

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Charles
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Charles Jul 9, 5:46am - #219265 

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2000 Toyota / Honda Celica

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mine does this after filling up on gas...
weird
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stefanoc
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stefanoc Jul 9, 5:48am - #219266 

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clean the MAF and throttle body. try a better octane if its lower than 91. reset the ecu
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