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Need to know whats the rpms are supposed to be at while idling

Need to know whats the rpms are supposed to be set at at while idling

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Idle speed is computer controlled, if it is not idling at the correct speed u have to fix the problem that is causing that, what does it do?

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I have the same truck theres an idling screw on the leaver you cable hooks to set idle to 900 or 1000 rpm

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but I will attempt to fill in the blanks
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Hi,

Thanks for writing to Fixya.com.

I would check idle adjustment first. There are two idle controls on our cars, so it's not as straight forward as you'd think. There is the base idle (controlled by the screw) and the idle air control valve, controlled by the computer. This computer controlled value is used sparingly when needed. Mostly the car relies on the idle screw control. If this is set too low however, the computer will take over, and you'll think you have idle set correctly, until you let rpms drop from 2,000+ to idle, it will stall, or almost stall.

Adjust the idle screw up until idle raises to 1,000 rpms, then adjust it back down until you get to 850, but no more. If you adjust it more, the idle will stay at 850 because the computer controlled idle takes over. A lot of people (me included) will keep turning the screw all the way down, thinking everything is fine. Don't do it. Stop adjusting once you hit 850 rpms with a warm motor.

This is the easiest, quickest thing to check, so do it first before trying anything else.


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