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High idle at start, using tremendous amount of fuel

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How high is the idle speed? I know Tundras, especially the V8s have a high idle speed in order to heat up the engine because it runs better at a higher temp and also because the heat wont blow until the engine is warm

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92 ford ranger when first started excessively high idle


Could be a vac leak, or a faulty idle air control valve on the throttle body.
The computer controls idle speed by regulating the amount of air entering the intake.

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I have a 1989 Ford Festiva, when I start it, my idle is very high. Then when I push on the gas pedal, the idle goes way down and stales out. Is this a choke problem?


It is a combinatioin of a choke problem...and settings called idle air mixture screw........the choke is adjusted too high.....(increasing the amount of fuel entering the engine)...and then it leans out (not enough fuel) for idle.........i would suggest that you take it to a mechanic who "tunes" carburettors...a sprecialist so to speak, as it is a dying art...or take it to the dealership.........this would be a last option......beacuse it does not have a computer...its a case of listening and observing what the engine does and how it behaves as the screws are adjusted.......so it would be nearly impossible for me or anytone to be able to do it over a medium like this.......

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2000 Durango SLT 5.9Ltr. Will start but idles high, around 7000-7500. All dash lights come on and stay on for a while. Voltage gage drops to below charge range and then all of dash dies and Durango starts...


well the fast idle is 1 of 2 things, Either the throttle is stuck? or a super nasty vacume leak, Check all hoses carefully, if that proves good check intake leak. Something is allowing tremendous vacume into engine causing this high idle, The charging system is a whole nother story

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89 dodge shadow. hard start. normal idle cold, fast idle warm. sometimes it wont start until i hear fuel pump activate.


Hello,
The car may be hard to start because it may need a normal tune-up. If the spark plugs are pretty used, they will slowly stop burning as much fuel because the spark slowly gets lesser and lesser. On a cold day the fuel is harder to ignite with a small amount of spark.
Normal idle when its cold means that your cars idle is probably too high. If you lower the idle, the choke on a cold day will keep the idle a little higher until the motor warms and then it will kick back off. If the idle is too high, it will run very rich, smothering itself with fuel, and causing the idle to stay low. When the car warms, its creating better spark when its warm, and with the idle being too high its running at a fast idle.
The car wont start sometimes can be the cause of a few things. If the ground is bad on the fuel pump, it wont make a good connection sometimes for when you turn the key on, the fuel pump dont pump the fuel to the engine. Another one can be that your accessory switch can be loose going to the fuel pump. I think its your ground though. Good luck! Hope this helps.
Have a nice day. -Steve

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93 Buick Skylark is idling really high. New computer was installed, new throttle control sensor, and idle air sensor. It is still idling too high. Throttle control was cleaned and it is still idling high....


Idling high in the skylark could be something to do with throttle control, or idle air control valve, other possibilities could be a vacuum leak or mass air flow sensor, it could also be a faulty system recently replaced. When you vehicle idles high it means it is getting more fuel than its suppose to in the fuel/air mixture, most times to much fuel in the mixture is caused by a leak or malfunction in the air delivery not allowing the appropriate amount of air in.

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