Yet another stupid post.
Originally Posted by robertobaggio20
The car runs at higher rpms at idle when cold, to heat itself up faster.
As other person above me suggested this is most likely a result of unmetered air entering the system. Do a propane/start fluid/brake fluid test or a smoke test if you can.
Temperature sensors would not cause your car to rev it self up to compensate mixture.
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Last edited by 1995i540; 11-08-2012 at 11:21 AM.