I need help with my 94LX wagon. It developed an idle so slow and uneven that it stalls at almost every traffic light, if I dont give the gas pedal little nudges. This started about 9 months ago, down in TX. It seems to run fine when driving along, so we drove it up the 2000 miles to VA in May, where it has been mostly sitting because its hard to drive in traffic. I have checked the obvious vacuum lines. I dont think its a fuel pump problem, since it runs well at 70 and up. I dont have a good gauge for measuring the fuel pressure, since the gauge reads to 300 psi; kind of hard to see pressures in the 18-25 psi range. As soon as I nudge the throttle valve to speed the engine up - it lapses into perfect running until the idle drops back all the way down. I replaced the Idle Air Control Valve with a Chinese aftermarket one. It is a 5-speed. Is this the kind of issue I would have if the timing belt had jumped a tooth; i.e. a very slow idle? Any suggestions would be welcome. The timing belt has been on this car for about 50,000; most of them on interstates. The engine has about 160,000, but with a rebuilt head; original coil pack and EDIS-4. The cat converter was replaced about 12k miles ago - the old one broke at the bottom elbow. P.S. I have an identical 94LX wagon that lives in TX, and was running fine that last time we drove it.