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Problem Re-Starting Explorer

I have a 1995 Ford Explorer 4x4 4.0L, Everything starts up just fine when the veichle sits for 5hrs or so, but when i restart it after eg) going to the store the RPM's are all over the place from 1000RPM to 200RPM and it bounces there for about 30 secs and then levels off. Sometimes it even chokes itself out, and i have to give it a little gas. Could it be the air intake sensor or something like that? where is it located?
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Check your vaccuum hoses first! Make sure you don't hear a sucking sound (like a crevice nozzel from a vaccuum) if you do, you have a loose hose!

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