Either your fans aren't working or the thermostat is stuck closed.
yes hot or cold it affects idle speed
It will idle as low as 600 rpm.It will idle as low as 600 rpm.
Your car can only create cold air if the engine is running to make the coolant work correctly. If your car is idle, your engine is still hot but your engine isn't running so the air you are receiving is actually air heated by the engine.
Hot at an idle, 15-20 psi.
No, as long as the engine is not running hot it will not bother the transmission.
1,000 to 2000 depending on condition of engine
Stalling at idle? Immediately after starting? While driving? While stopping? Cold or hot engine? What engine do you have?
The oil pressure will depend on the condition of the engine. If you have 10 lbs at idle when engine is hot with this mileage, you are within specs. I would use 10W-30 oil. oil pressure of 10lbs and up is acceptable at hot idle. i like to use havoline 30wt oil. have never had a problem with it.
When the car is at idle, the air conditioner works just as hard as when the car is moving. When the car moves, the engine gets very hot. so the air conditioning works better when your at idle because it doesn't have to cool the heat from the engine.
I'm going to guess yo have the air on, that would mean that the idle compensator is out of adjustment and over revving the engine.
You should have at least 20 lbs. of oil pressure when hot at idle, and 10 lbs. per 1000 rpm when cruising.
Your idle control valve may cause this.It is located under the front of throttle body.It is a thermostatic control device.Water passes through and heats up thermostat and closes air passage and idles engine down.You can touch the ICV when engine is hot and it should also be hot since hot water flows through it.Sometimes a flow restriction may be the promblem, if it is not hot when engine is hot you have a flow promblem. this unit can be removed and cleaned. It also can be adjusted internally by turning a spanner nut, the more you run the nut in it slows down cold idle speed.....
The reservoir has two level lines - one for "cold engine" and the other for "hot engine". If the engine is hot, and the coolant level is low, fill the reservoir to the "hot engine" level. When the engine is cold and the level is low, I usually" top off" the radiator and fill the reservoir to the "cold engine" level.
Depending on vehicle and engine approx. 20- 50 lbs. at hot idle (700 rpm)
Yes , when the engine thermostat is open
Every vehicle gets hot to the touch, it doesnt mean that your over heating or anything... a Plymouth Voyager gets 195 Degrees. the heat is actually better for the invironment then when the engine is cold because the heat helps burn all gases and keeps it from the air.
If your 1999 VW Bug's engine cuts off when it gets hot, you might have an issue with bad gas or with the distributor. Electrical problems will often appear at operating temperature. You could also have an issue with the oxygen sensors.
have you checked to make sure electric fan is working? Should come on at idle when engine is hot, or anytime a/c is on. there are two relays, a fuse and electric connection from thermostat that control this, if fan is not working, one of these is the likely problem.
Not sure how to answer your question - has to do with a hot engine and fuel in the combustion chamber. Letting the engine idle for a few minutes before you kill it will cure the problem.
well I'm not sure what a juke is but i know for a fact that the voyager is pretty hot if that helps you at all
you choke may be on
Could be that your idle speed is too high, or engine is running too hot causing the PMC to deliver a richer mixture,
Hot at idle in drive, 20 to 30 psi.
nothing happens. it's simply a matter of (typically) making idle adjustments after the engine and Carb. are up to normal operating temps. ( the exact required settings will be slightly different when cold, but will do no harm.)
you have a bad head gasket