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2013 GT Idle question

While idling at approx. 750RPM, the engine drops to about 500RPM (noticeably) when one of the engine fans kick on. Only happens when the car is warmed up so it's the higher temp fan. Has anyone else had this problem? It's almost like the fan is drawing too much current or the engine / alternator cannot support it. I have a BAMA tune but I don't think this is causing it. Thoughts or suggestions are appreciated!

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The fan motor is FUSED so I wouldn't suspect to much draw,otherwise the fuse would blow to protect the system,I would be suspect of the tune that it is at fault.

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You could always remove the tune and see if the idle still drops, process of elimination so to speak. Always start with the easy stuff.
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