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REVS TOO HIGH WHEN COLD...........

THE REVS ARE TOO HIGH WHEN COLD AND DONOT DECREASE WHEN I TAKE MY FOOT OFF THE ACCELERATOR TO CHANGE GEAR, WHEN THE CAR HAS HEATED UP ITS FINE JUST WHEN COLD.....PLEASE HELP ITS A 2003 AVENIS AURA( OLD MODEL)

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  • zogos Dec 17, 2008

    when its first started the revs are up at 1500-2000 but go down when driving till you try and change gear then they shoot to 3000 when you put you're foot on the clutch, but as I said when the car is up to normal running temperature its fine...

  • zogos Dec 20, 2008

    cheers

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I HAVE NO IDEA OF THE TEMPS WHERE U ARE, ALSO IS THE CAR REACHING FULL OPERATING ENGINE TEMP, MAYBE THE THERMOSTAT IS OPENING TO QUICKLY, BUT THE RPM YOU CITED IS NOT HIGH AT START, U COULD REPLACE THE THERMOSTAT AND TRY THAT.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what is to high?

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High RPM is by purpose. Reason is to get engine hot as quickly as possible to reduce emissions. There is nothing to worry about. I am sure if engine is warm/hot then you wont see high RPM even if you resart it.

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