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Old 05-30-2013, 09:21 PM   #36
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I do it already but they said it Was normal but i dont think so
Your saying it idles between 1200 and 1500 that's to damn hi
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Yeah i know starts reving normal then passed like 10 minutes after been working idles 1000rpm to 1300 then 1500 and it feels like its gonna turn off its so weird when its doing that i turn it off then i start it again and works normally like half of hour

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The 1000 to 1500rpm just do it one time but normally idles between 900 rpm to 1100rpm is this normal?
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If i tune my car you think this isue ends?
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If i tune my car you think this isue ends?
I wouldn't tune it, I'd take it to a different dealer. If it is idling that high when warm on the stock tune, somethings up.
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Ill post a video for the forum and i appreciate your oppinion because i been already with 3dealers and all 3 said its normal your car at what rpm idles?
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Ill post a video for the forum and i appreciate your oppinion because i been already with 3dealers and all 3 said its normal your car at what rpm idles?
well it is tuned but it idles right about 700.
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well it is tuned but it idles right about 700.
Oh man sorry i start my car about 15 minutes ago to check exactly at what rpm idles and it idles between 700 to 900 sorry

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Oh man sorry i start my car about 15 minutes ago to check exactly at what rpm idles and it idles between 700 to 900 sorry
But again its not normal right sorry for the wrong numbers
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