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Car "chokes" while idling


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Jaspar
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Aug 23, 2010, 12:08 PM

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I have a 2002 Mazda Protege LX 2.0 with a manual transmission and about 106,000 miles...

Recently, the car has begun to "choke" while at an idle; at times it feels as though it is going to stall. If I press on the accelerator a little bit, it seems to help somewhat. The car also seems to have a difficult time starting up again after turning it off for a brief amount of time. The check engine light is also on. What could be causing this problem?




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