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    Anyone else think their idle RPM is too fast ? Mine is 850 RPM. Let my foot off the brake and it accelerates to 4 mph on its own.
     
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    That's about right.
     
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    yeah, you don't see many 4 cylinders idling much lower--the vibration would be horrible.
     
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    If it's in D, then it's going to start moving on its own if you take your foot off the brake.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. I just felt it was a little fast and my dealer said it could not be adjusted. I don't think i believe that.
     
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    Just the right speed to keep from stopping in "stop and go" traffic - if you leave a little room to the vehicle in front of you.
     
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    Good point
     
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    Fuel injected engines cannot idle much lower than that.

    I've never seen one less than that.
     
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