Why does my 95 explorer idle rough after warm up? Check engine light also comes on and off

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Asked by Mar 29, 2014 at 08:42 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You should go down to your local parts store and have them pull the codes for you. Thats where you need to start, then repost question with fault codes

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Ok...what would they charge to diagnose that?

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The autozone and advance parts stores in S.C. do it free of charge in hopes of you buing the parts from them.

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Do you know what a code reader costs? It may be a handy lil tool to own.

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They range in price but you can find a cheap one for under 50 bucks

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Ok, thank you. Ill prolly do both. Take it to a auto store to read the codes, then buy a code reader and post codes to future simular questions

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most readers are for obd 2 your 95 may not connect to their reader, o2 sensor would be likely, good to have a fresh one anyway, low cost for that one

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