The Dodge loses it idle calibration with a dead battery, after restart, try to keep it running, driving it a few minutes may help. It has to re-learn it's idle. But, you do have a battery or a battery drain problem also.
I had hte same problem wiht my 95 it sat for two months and it did this either youhave a couple of dead cells in your battery or you alterator could be going bad wither that or a nasty combination of them both
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I had the same problem...I changed the battery ..took it to a mechanic...started fine all day for him ...He still said he changed 2 relay switches and charged me 300...He just said they were in the engine ..I think it had alot to do with the battery...
when the battery goes dead it looses its memory on engine settings like idle speed.. two things you can do first one is to clean the throttle bore with carb cleaner... the other is to start with foot on gas and slowly bring it back to idle... it will pick up the idle air position to keep itself running if you do it slowly... everything happens over time so as the throttle gets dirty the computer makes these adjustment on its own and when the battery dies it starts out basicly at different percentage of idle control tht it really needs because of the carbon buildup on the throttle plates