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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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