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My 1995 toyota celica starts ok but on all journeys the revs move up to 2000 revs every time i stop. the revs never drops to normal 1000 revs.

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  • dawnfowkes37 Apr 01, 2011

    thanks for advice . have carried out the tests. with a/c and lights off revs 15oorevs.
    With a/c and lights on revs drop to normal 1000. I will now take it to be corrected
    Best Wishes
    AP.

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There is a device called a step - up unit that controlls the cars RPM while on loads, Sounds like yours is malfunctioning.

to verify this, drive the car with the ac and headlights off and monitor the rmp, now do the same with headlights and ac on, See the difference ??? take the vehicle in to a garage and have them change it and reset the throttle body sensor and other idling components as when its changed all settings will go off and need to be redone.

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