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I am assuming the check engine light is not on, yeah? If no, it's almost certainly a vacuum leak somewhere. I would cap off all the vacuum ports on the intake manifold and ensure the idle control valve plastic fitting is secure and see if the behavior changes. Remember, you won't have power assist for your brakes, so obviously don't take it out on the road. Just hustle it around the parking lot to see if your power comes back. Assuming it does, just go through the vacuum connections scientifically until you narrow down where the problem is.
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