<The way your tach needle is moving around doesn't sound healthy, does it continue to work itself around like that after the car has warmed up? Might be an idle air control issue.>Actually, I'd originally thought that it just did that on a cold start-up. But, now I've found that it somemtimes does that when I park the car after having driven it for a while (it's warmed up). For instance, yesterday, I drove home from work, put the car in park, and the needle started bouncing again and the car died before I got to turn it off.
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