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Hello to everyone, my glanza has been idling high these days,

as the weather got colder the idle has been high and takes time to drop down.

i few months ago i found a guide somebody showing how to set the idle when engine is warm and with the tps disconnected and by bridging the te pins. I forgot how the procedure was done ;anyone know how it is done? I want to drop the base idle to below 1k as its sitting on that right now.

thanks

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Idle speed is related to coolant temp.

If its colder it will idle higher.

There was a guide on TGTT on how to set the idle if you want to, you need feeler gauges and a multimeter.

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On 27/12/2017, 11:31:02, daniel_g said:

Idle speed is related to coolant temp.

If its colder it will idle higher.

There was a guide on TGTT on how to set the idle if you want to, you need feeler gauges and a multimeter.

Do you have the web link mate?

its getting annoying now and its using too much fuel.

thanks

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On 16/01/2018, 14:32:09, That Car Guy said:

How long does it take for the idle to go down approximately?

 

it's not timed, check your temp gauge...

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ruffly 1800 to 2000 on cold start up depends on engine kinda but there abouts anyways

it will very slowly drop down to idle  could take 4min or more depends on timer of year summer or winter 

its like daniel-G  said its the ecu temperatur sensor that controles this 

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