Try taking off the throttle body and cleaning it - just spraying some carb & choke cleaner thru it and then compressed air. My '93 did the same thing about a year after I got it, and there was something in the idle bypass side that was gumming up the works, so to speak. Just make sure you get everything back where it came from when you put it back on.
I haven't tried the throttle body yet. I have replaced the fuel filter, TPS, Idle sensor and the fuel pressure sensor, spark plugs, wires, distributor and rotar. I also added some Lucus injector cleaner and about 4 Gal of 93 octane. The spark plugs only have about 500 miles on them. Also, sometimes when I get it to start I can give it gas but it sounds like it is getting too much air, but more so than not, if I try and give it gas after it starts it dies immediately. I haven't pulled any codes on it and don't even know how, can anyone explain that to me? Thanks in advance.
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