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ROUGH IDLE AFTER RECHING OPERATING TEMP

DOESNT IDLE WHEN STOPPED

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Sounds like your sucking in too much air from somwhere. When the engines cold its compensating for the problem with extra fuel. Try spraying something like WD40 around the intake if this cures it it will tell you which gasket or hose is leaking so you can replace it

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It doesn't say anything about what vehicle the problem is associated with, guessing it has a computer. If it has a computer, more than likely the temp. sensor is bad.

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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