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Old 07-31-2011
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2004 idle/a/c issue

ok its a 2004 xlt 3.0 2wd the issue is more of an annoyance than anything else
a/c works great
truck runs great

but occasionally after running it for long periods of time il shut it down to go in to a gas station (just an example) and when i start it back up i wants to idle at about 480-600 rpm witch is a little low for this truck thus making the ac not work so well and when you let off the gas it wants to die

I think it might be a vacuum leak my problem with thinking that is wouldn't do that all the time if that was an issue

wanted to know if this was a common problem/or if there is a easy fix/or if anybody knows what im on about

i havent been on in a while
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