[DML] extremely high idle when starting the car
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[DML] extremely high idle when starting the car

as far as i own the car it rev up to 3000rpm when starting 
it....really anoyying thing but i heard that it was pretty normal to 
rev a little higher than normal when starting..so i lived with 
it...i just finished my custom headers ans free flow muffler 
system....so now its really more than annoying this is really 
somthing i want to remove on the car (the high idle when starting) 
so i call all vmfers to help me with that....by luck i discovered 
something interesting last summer : if by example you are at a red 
light and enters the 5th gear instead of the 1st(hehhe not many 
chances) and the car dies when you hit the key to restart it WOW the 
engine doesnt rev up and start at a steady 800rpm just perfect !!!! 
so my conclusion is than somehow the computer knows that its not 
the "first start up" and dosent make the engine rev high ? maybe its 
something like since the key was to the on position and wasnt move 
to the off position the rpm relay or any other goodies had power so 
didnt notice it was restarted or something like that....
i checked the lambda and idle systems but did not seems to affect 
the high idle when startind...

pretty sure its more complicated than that but ist for sure 
something that can be fixed...even if i must shut down the car with 
a other switch plugged on the car hehhehe

thanks to all if ou have any inputs please let me know !


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