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Old 02-18-2012, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default High tickover,Swift 1.3 petrol

Our Swift is ticking over at about 1150-1200 rpm.
If it is left for about 5 minutes it settles to about 850rpm.
I've put a new air filter in and used some Wynns injection and carb cleaner.
Everything looks in good condition.
Any Ideas?
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You need to give us more details - stuff like what Swift do you have, is it EFI, TBI or carburetted, automatic or manual transmission, and when do you have the fast "tick over".

I'm inclined to say it's perfectly normal, it's supposed to do that.

By the way - I have a 1.3 Swift, with an Aisin carburettor and a 5 speed transmission, and based on the FSM, at a cold start (water temp below 25*C/77*F) I should have a fast idle of 1200~1800 rpm, which should then drop to 700 rpm once the engine warms up.
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You need to give us more details - stuff like what Swift do you have, is it EFI, TBI or carburetted, automatic or manual transmission, and when do you have the fast "tick over".

I'm inclined to say it's perfectly normal, it's supposed to do that.

By the way - I have a 1.3 Swift, with an Aisin carburettor and a 5 speed transmission, and based on the FSM, at a cold start (water temp below 25*C/77*F) I should have a fast idle of 1200~1800 rpm, which should then drop to 700 rpm once the engine warms up.
Its a new swift 2004+(that's why it's in this section) and it's a 1.3 petrol (manual)
Maybe I should have made it clearer,it is ticking over at 1150-1200 even when it's warm.
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Someone has suggested the idle control valve needs cleaning,Anyone know where this is located?

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Cured it!Thanks
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Someone has suggested the idle control valve needs cleaning,Anyone know where this is located?
Where is it located and what method do you useto clean it? Are they liquid cooled ona 2004 swift rs415?
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