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My 2000 P38 Vogue is starts okay, after a minute or two RPM drops below 500 and is, understandably lumpy. This lasts for about 30-40 seconds, then recovers.

It's been doing it for a while but has recently become much worse.

MAF was replaced about 20k ago.

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Mine would do that a couple of years ago. I found that if I switched off and restarted, it was fine. One day I had the Nanocom plugged in and checked for any stored codes and found one for the EVAP solenoid. Had a look at it and noticed one of the wires had corroded and pulled out of the plug. Found a suitable plug, soldered it to what was left of the wires into the old one and it hasn't done it since.

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Found it. It doesn't look great.

EVAP Solenoid
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Doesn't does it. I tried to edit your post so the picture appears but don't seem able to do it, so there's a click-able link now instead so others can see it. Moisture gets under the insulation and rots the copper so you end up with a high resistance or no connection at all.