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High RPMs during cold weather

This morning my sentra made a different noise when starting, then seemed to be slow to move after stopping. I noticed the rpms were higher than normal when driving (about 3000 at 55 mph). Afternoon temps were above freezing and my car acted normal. ?Problem?

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Check the air system and all pipes for any leaks rips or tears, get back to me after you have checked these.

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