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1995 eagle talon has a rough idle when you put it in gear. check engine light is on. seems to run out good down the road but is very bad when you stop in gear. It is an auto-matic turbo. any ideas

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Have you checked the timing, fuel pressure, vacuum hoses, and the Idle Air Control Motor?

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