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You can take a quick look under the hood and check all of your vacuum lines. If you are lucky, you'll find something obvious like a line that got knocked off its socket or is cracked open somewhere along its length. Naturally, you should get that fixed ASAP as it is allowing dirty (unfiltered) engine bay air to get sucked into the engine, as well as causing a rough running engine.
 
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