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Slow and un even idle - 1995 Ford Windstar

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Best is to get the tuning and timing to the ideal setting. Prior to this use a full check up of the fuel, fuel filter, and fuel pressure. check on the electrics, check on plugs. clean or replace as the way you inspect.
Once the check up is over start and check timing and correct the idling fuel and timing to give the best ticking.
Rev up engine and check again till a good settting is finely set.
lock all settings.

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