NOT told TOO HIGH OR TOO LOW, and what the RPM now.????
800 RPM hot is par for hot idle.
in USA all are cars 1988 up EFI are controlled by ECU and not the humans did with carbs in the good old days/ by LAW here.
HOT idle RPM or cold IDLE RPM.??? or both are wrong.
not told that
. and is key to any cure for sure.
Toyota glanza ep91 turbo , manual
what country is it. sold to first. (market export)
1989 to /96 car?
I bet this is the real name, fully]
Toyota Starlet 1.3 Glanza V Turbo (EP91, Japan)
glanza V was powered by the turbocharged 1331
ECU controls actual turbo and injection rates and more.
and sold to
Japanese market, although some used private imports made their way to the UK, New Zealand,
and many other right-hand drive markets.
most cars but gee 1989/96 are very old cars.
had 2 idle speed controller. (this is pure experience not your car that the USA does not have)
IAC (thermal controlled idle (coolant temp.) only
ISC (ECU control hot idle above 65C coolant temp)
this how all ours worked here, 1986 to 2000, then the ISC took over all idle controls.)
no 2 engines use same controls,
on some old cars high idle hot is caused by these factors.
1: coolant never gets to 82c(bad thermostat)
2: vacuum leaks.
3:IAC bad or ISC , clogged up, and jamming/sticking
3: ECU is stuck in limphome, idle controls suspended.
4: on our cars the EPA dictates IDLE and has no screw to set.
5: TV plate gummed up and sticks (throttle valve)
the best answer is to first buy the service manual
and read ISC page (idle speed controls) ECU controlled.
read IAC Idle Air controller. page. water temp controlled.