My 2014 tends to idle just under the 1 as I am sitting at the bank with my e-brake on and the needle jumps every once in a while.... is this normal?
What does it with the A/C off? Sometimes there can be codes with no light. That’s how it was in the olden days anyway. But it sounds like it’s operating normal unless we’re talking a big idle surge. Big fluctuation up and down and wanting to stall.Yes the A/C was on and yes it did jump during cycling, but it continued to jump after that..... no engine light on at the moment so not sure of any codes
What does it do with the A/C off? Sounds normal to me. Sometimes you can still get codes with no light on. That’s how it was in the olden days at least. But I don’t think you have an issue.Yes the A/C was on and yes it did jump during cycling, but it continued to jump after that..... no engine light on at the moment so not sure of any codes
I am hoping not, but I probably will get a reader on it just in case.... To me it feels like it's idling rough, and not necessarily got to stall but close to it.What does it do with the A/C off? Sounds normal to me. Sometimes you can still get codes with no light on. That’s how it was in the olden days at least. But I don’t think you have an issue.
The idle will raise with the a/c too keep the motor from bogging down.
Honestly, I am not sure about the tune.... if I remember the air intake that is on it doesn't require one, but then again it could be tuned for something else I don't know about. Unfortunately, if it does have one, I would not have the tuner used for it.higher RPM cold start is not unusual, though 2K seems a bit high, I think mine is around 1,500 RPM cold start
this is programmed in the tune; some tuners use a high RPM cold start to help the engine warm up quicker and warm up the catalytic converters quicker
I think your car has a custom tune, if I remember correctly . . . if you have the tuner device, I think you can adjust the cold start idle yourself
mornings here are low to mid 70's in Louisiana, so not cold . Not the first time i have noticed it happening, but first time it didn't die down after start. I had to pump the brakes a couple of times to get it to drop below the 1K mark yesterday.if the mornings are getting colder now where you are located, that could be the reason that you are noticing the high idle on cold start now, but did not notice it before . . . I wouldn't worry about it too much, especially if you do not have the tuner device
cleaning the throttle body might help . . . before doing that, read up on the right way to do it . . . I thought it was OK to push the blade/valve open by hand (gently) so you an clean the inside, and I have done that to my car with no obvious ill affects, but I have read some posts that say you really shouldn't do that, instead you should take off the throttle body then clean it