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2004 durango with a 4.7 v8, surges at idle upon start-up.

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The surges at idle could be a number of problems ranging from anything. if at all possible take it to a mechanic and have him or her run an obd diagnostic utility on it the surges could be from fouling spark plugs 02 censors....etc even a leaky gasket allowing water in the fuel will cause surger maybe even a fuel filter issue. hard to tell without any hands on with the vehicle.

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