maybe your rpms gauge is broken.get it looked at by a professional
Take it to autozone and have the altermator checked out for free. It is probably bad.
mass air flow sensor
Oil pressure ( minimum amount ) is 6 LBS. at 1000 RPMs. 18 LBS. at 2000 RPMs. 24 LBS. at 4000 RPMs. more pressure is fine too.
2 rpms? Your automobile engine probably runs around 2000 rpms. At 2 rpms the engine would stall and stop. However, many automatic transmissions jerk a little bit as they shift gears. I suspect this is what is happening to your Pathfinder.
You have a vacum leak. A big one. Check all your hoses. Idle should be under 1k rpms
because the engine needs to have a 20 seconds RPMs
550 horsepower at 4.500 rpms25000000 lbs torque at 2000 rpms
i have audi tt and low rpms the air gets cold but at 2000 rpms it get warm
where is the cranking senor on a1989 ford gt escort
The engine coolant level is low. Add more and the pump will be able to move coolant at the lower rpms.
If you have an engine that idles at 6000 rpms, you need to have it checked - immediately. Around 750 rpms would be normal.
Check for a vacuum leak or a problem with the EGR valve.
The idle control solonoid probably needs cleaning. Remove it from the throtle body and clean it.
No less then 6 PSI. At 1000 RPMs. 18 PSI. are more at 2000 RPMs. 24 PSI. are more at 4000 RPMs. And that is factory specs.
The first thing it sounds like is a vacuum. if not, check timing.
major vacuum leak?
Advertised engine oil pressure is: 1000 RPMs----6 LBS or more 2000 RPMs-----18 LBS. are higher
check for a vacuum leak on the throttle body
Either the throtle cable is hanging or the idle control solonoid is not working
The 60-horsepower VW engine has a torque specification of 115 pounds at 2000 RPMs. The engine will have 130 pounds of torque at 2500 RPMs.
If you do not reach the read zone in your RPM scale, you are fine. Just make sure that you are using a good coolant and thermostat. I would even use low opening temperature thermostat if you like to drive with high RPMs often.
40 to 45 LBS. @ 2000 RPMs
Oil pressure ( Minimum ) 1000 RPMs 6 LBS 2000 RPMs 18 LBS 4000 RPMs 24 LBS It must have at least that much oil pressure at these different RPMs to LUBE the engine. If it has 80 LBS are more then the oil pump check valve is not working correctly