Sorry for not replying sooner. I had a feeling it was a vacuum problem, so with your confirmation I looked up where to find them all and checked them with a stethoscope and found the culprit. It runs fine now. I'm a 65 year old woman and I knew the damn thing didn't need $900 worth of work. Haven't worked on a car in more decades that most of you have been alive, but I wasn't about to get taken to the cleaners. Thank goodness for Youtube. The cost wasn't much (under $75) But it did take some time getting the cowling off. I also couldn't get all the cowling clips to snap back properly but all it seems to be holding ok. Thanks again for your answer.
On the other coast in Va, but post any problems and we will try to help you out! I love it when folks can fix their own vehicles and save some money, proud of you for tackling it, hell most that do it every day dont do as well me included
and i have been doing this now on 40 years. I have some of them papers that say i am a such and such but truth be told
they dont mean squat! So i dont post a profile. It is what you can do that counts. Like yourself for instance if it is FIXED that is what means the most in the end.