1 300 rpm
Check the EGR valve.
Needs a recharge
check the idle control valve not that hard to replace and inexpensive
Probably have a misfire or lean fuel mix NELSON
look for a loose vacuum line.
your car is idleing to high you need to have that looked at your car is idleing to high you need to have that looked at
Look and listen for a vacumn leak under the hood.
check the overload relay part # 201.540.32.45
You probably have a cracked EGR tube The Fiero Store has replacements Google them
air in the lines, bad fuel, dirty air filter, need more info to properly troubleshoot
engine idleing to slow turn up your idle to 1500 rpm at idle drive safe
start with water pump. If its a V6 3.1L have the intake manifold gasket checked. You may have a coolant leak.
my experiencess with vehicles that cut out while idleing would be a fuel filter or fuel pump problem.
If it is stalling when putting it into gear but not while idleing I would check your mass air flow sensor. It may need to be cleaned or replaced. If it is stalling when putting it into gear but not while idleing I would check your mass air flow sensor. It may need to be cleaned or replaced.
It may be that your electric fan isn't drawing air the way it should.
nevermind it ended up being the ignition coil
It could be one of the heat shields on the exhaust system
my guess is the lower motor mount
check the pcv valve and hoses if there is a vacuum leak here it wont idle
Try replacing the fuel filter. if you have 50,000+ miles on the car, and your fuel filter hasn't been replaced, that could cause your car to sputter, backfire, and race while it's idleing. your sending unit in the gas tank could also be going bad, but i'd try replacing the fuel filter first, it's way cheaper and easier than dropping a gas tank and then finding out that wasn't the problem.
Hi my 2005 chevy cavalier is idleing just a little bit high for example (80km) the RPMS a are (2200) how can i adjust it myself?
Take it to A shop and have them clean the intake and throttle body housing.
Could be sticky throttle cable
Look for a vacuum air leak somewhere, most likely at the intake but could be in any of the vacuum lines.