Question about 1994 Ford Thunderbird
You didn't tell us what vehicle you have but i'll assume it's the same as your brother's car. Assuming you don't have a check engine lamp on, plugs are gapped correctly and don't have any other problems, start by warming the car to operating temperature. Disconnect the negative batt terminal for a few minutes and reconnect. Start the car and let it idle for a minute or two, put it drive and allow to idle. Go for ride and evaluate. You may just need to relearn the base idle strategy. If you had the battery disconnected for any reason this could cause the concern you listed. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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