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The car runs rough at about 1500 to 2000 rpms while driving only. It is a ford excursion 2001. automatic. Has not had a tune up in ages. Transmission problem or engine? Runs fine at start up and all else

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Clean MAF sensor with carb or sensor cleaner. disconnect battery for 2 hours. drive for 10 miles to relearn computer memory.

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