1995 Ford Thunderbird Repair Question
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Sounds like you have several vacume leaks. Either hard (cracked) or soft (mushy) rubber hoses. A cracked-hard vacume hose explains itself, whereas the soft (mushy) type needs help here. If the hose is extra soft ( like a cooked spagetti noodle), it will collapse upon itself, & stop the flow of vacume.
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Check the idle air control valve. Check to make sure there are no other vacuum leaks. I'm going to assume this isn't the original engine, so compression issues are up in the air at this point. Check the mentioned items as well as fuel pump pressure. If the check engine light is on, have the computer scanned.
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