Take a look at your emmisions sticker on the bottom of the hood. That should show all of the stats like timing, idle etc.
Ukrainian102 said:I have a 95 with 7AFE and 4spd auto.
When the car is fully warmed up and in gear it idles around 750 rpm or a little above. In neutral (park) it idles usually almost near 1000, sometimes at 1000.
I read in Haynes manual that normal idle speed should be 750 when the car is in neutral, but mine is close to 1000. Should I be concerned or is this not really important?
I doubt that, cause most toyotas run higher rpms during warmup in cold weather. For example, sometimes when it's really cold mine will go up to almost 2500rpms until its warmed up, and then will go down to 100090 GP said:That seems a bit high for idle speed. That 1000 would seem to be what it would run if it were cold and warming up.
Same here. If it's really really cold it goes up past 2000 while warming up.SR5_4WD said:I doubt that, cause most toyotas run higher rpms during warmup in cold weather. For example, sometimes when it's really cold mine will go up to almost 2500rpms until its warmed up, and then will go down to 1000
I won't worry about it anymore... unless it starts getting higher! :dunno:you'll notice that it either idles at 1000rpm OR it idles at like 600-700 or lower
This is a very old thread. Please start a new one. ThanksMy 06 Solara in winter starts at 1100rpm and when warm idles at 500 rpm in gear, heat /defrost, seats, and radio going. Idles at 500 rpm and is smooth as butter. I don't like it, it's almost to slow of an idle for normal stop and go intown driving (Pain in the arse what it is).
No codes, please don't tell me about my gas cap.