2004 Grand Prix does not stay running

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Asked by May 12, 2015 at 04:18 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 04 Grand Prix....it starts but does not stay running unless you hold the
accelerator down. About a week ago I started it and it killed, restarted it and held the gas
a little and it jumped to 3 RPM's and wouldn't go down even after I let off the accelerator.
Haven't had a problem since. Today started fine, was in traffic and it killed. Now it doesn't
stay running....fuel pump? or sensor?

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I think I found what it is, I just don't know what this is called....can anyone help? Vacuum line? Does this copper pipe come out of this piece or do I have to buy the whole assembly?

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Take it in to an auto part store. They will be able to identify it and tell you what other parts you may require to go with it.

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It's an EGR valve and it runs around $150 depending on where you live and what parts store you go to.....

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