An idle cylinder refers to the state when the engine is not coupled with the drivetrain and with throttle pedal not depressed. There is rotational speed but it is not enough to move the vehicle.
The computer will set the idle between 600 and 1200 rpm.
Idle should be between 500 to 750 RPM.
Hey Bill==It is probably the idle speed solonoid. Have it checked out. GoodluckJOe
The idle speed is computer controlled. If the idle is too low, there is a problem with a ssensor or the idle speed motor.
Idle is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
Is it a 4 cylinder? Sometimes a 4 cylinder engine will shake a little extra when the AC is running and it's at an idle. You might be able to step up the idle a little extra but 4 cylinder engines are notorious for shaking when the AC is running.
Should be at least 10 at idle. 25 at idle would be better.
You can not adjust the idle screw, it is sealed off at the factory. If you are having a high idle problem check for a vacuum leak or a bad idle air control valve. These will commonly cause a high idle.
Normal is 30 at idle. 50+ at 3000 rpm. Minimum is 12 at idle.
Keep the tires inflated to proper specs. Idle less, drive slower.
35 to 38 dwell at idle RPM for your 200 cubic inch straight 6 cylinder in a 1965 Ford Mustang
NO. It should start at about 150 LBS. PER cylinder. And you can't have anymore then a 15 Lb. difference in any cylinder, are the engine will idle rough.
Cylinder misfire. Possibly failed or failing engine mounts.
Could be a vacuum leak
A new engine would have 150 LBS or more per cylinder. A used engine that runs real good and that has plenty of power should have at least 140 LBS. per cylinder. If there is more then a 15 LB. difference in any cylinder then you will have a rough idle and maybe an engine miss at a idle. That means there is an internal engine problem.
check you idle control valve it can cause those symptoms also your throttle positioning sensor
This is controlled by the computer. You can set the throttle opening to prevent wedging and sticking but this should not change the idle speed.
disconect the batery cable for 10 minutes, if that don't work take it to the dealer
underneath the intake manifold, bolted to the cylinder head.
Possible cylinder misfire and/or failing engine mounts.
Minimum of 10 at idle when warm. 30 at idle and 50 at 3000 rpm would be ideal.
A typical 6 cylinder engine will idle at around 900 rpm, but they vary. My Isuzu has a 4 cylinder and idles at 750 normally ( more with the AC on). Before I knew what the idle speed was I sped it up a little to around 950 because it seemed to be smoother and the computer threw a code for idle out of range so I read my book and found the proper setting.
NO. That is to low. If it is a good tight engine it should have at least 150 PSI per cylinder. You can not have any more of difference then 15 LBS per cylinder are the engine will idle rough.
my service manual says 10 degrees before tdc on auto models with ac off idle @750
If your on the right side of the bike the carburetor is to the top left of the cylinder, there is a screw with a spring on it, tighten the screw to bring the idle up, loosen it to lower the idle