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Idle speed 2006 Mustang GT 5 speed

Can anyone tell me what the idle speed should be without the A/C compresser engaged and how quick should the engine return to normal idle speed.

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Normal RPM at idle should be around 700-800 without A/C.

As far as idle return it depends on when. If just sitting in the driveway then only a few seconds.

Now if driving and you push in the clutch it will stay above 1000 until you stop.


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Thank you. That answers my question. I am well within those readings.
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