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    Default Problem with 2010 GLI

    Salam,
    Whenever my car is idling its rpm stablizes just above 600 mark.Some times when i stop at signals rpms drop to just below or at 600 mark and then gets up a little around 650-700 rpm.Some times it fluctuates between 600 to 800 rpm and stablizes at about 700.

    Secondly,while downshifting gears i-e from 4rth to 3rd,3rd to 2nd and from 2nd to first,with my cluthch pedal depressed,rpm drops to around 600 and as soon as i release the clutch the rpms jump back up.
    Like if i am driving on 50km per hour and i m in 3rd gear,and i apply breaks to reduce speed and meanwhile press my clutch to change gears,at this moment rpm drops to around 600 and when the clutch is released rpms rise up again.
    My mileage is around 8000km.No cng and no other alterations.

    And also while driving in lower gears i-e 2nd at low speeds say 15km/h,rpms stays at around 700 and some times drop below 600,which makes it very difficult to drive in 2nd gear at low speeds.

    i have gone to toyota people with these issues and they cleaned the
    throttle body,resetted the controller and also used the intelligent tester device but according to them there is no problem in the car.By the way car rpms seemed to be better for a day after the above exercise,but now its the same.

    I havnt such behaviour in the earlier corolla.
    Is this normal for this model of corolla?

    Thank You


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    The Toyota dealership ripped you off. Ideally RPM should fluctuate MAX +/- 50 rpm e.g.. I tested a couple of corollas using their electronic device and in all, if idle was at 750rpm then max fluctuation band was 700-800rpm.

    Simple solution for your problem is to increase the rpm to 800. Also personally check using the electronic device the fluctuation (if it is more than +/- 50, you may need tuning and get AFM cleaned up). It will also reveal any faulty sensors.

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    Thanks but the toyota guys say that the rpm can not be adjusted in this model.Plus the rpm fluctuation seems to be lesser whenever the controller is reseted for a day or 2,can it be a controller problem or some emchanical issue?

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    Get the throttle stop position adjusted through adjusting screw,it might solve this problem.
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    @argtr65
    where is the throttle stop position screw located?since the toyota people says that it can not be adjusted.
    thanks

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    if ur problem is same now ,thn contct my mechinc he solved ur problm.
    his name AMJAD ,i and t centre ,zeropoint g 7/1.........shop name AUTOPOINT.

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    keep your air filter always well up to date.
    tps sensor is required to be adjusted as well.
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    <P>I got the same problem in my new toyota &amp; took my car to Toyota Capital Islamabad at least 5 times to solve the RPM problem but each time after checking they said that there is no any problem.Toyota will never accept that there is problem in RPM sensor at least in 5% cars. RPM not adjustable. I think we need to replace the RPM sensor............looks like this is the only solution.</P>

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    what rpm sensor i think solnoid valve is responsable to maintain rpm

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    There is one sensor of Idleing controlling and you have some malfunctioning in it, check from Toyota Islamabad Arshad or Satti, they can give you exact issue if you give them some $$$ privately to get thr favor and then you can rush over them or your warranty 3S Dealer.
    Remove and reconnect the battery Terminal while staying near some 3S but reconnection should have some 5 Minutes Difference and check.
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    first of all it has a 1.3 engine
    secondly braking has always been an issue of rolla from 2001 onwards
    the body and chassis are weak

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadsoulsnatcher911 View Post
    first of all it has a 1.3 engine
    secondly braking has always been an issue of rolla from 2001 onwards
    the body and chassis are weak
    Where did in his post did he say that he is having a problem with his BRAKES?

    @OP ideally the RPM should stay at 800 with minor increase/decrease with AC, headlamps etc.
    My personal experience says that these 3S dealers are a ripoff.
    Try any other good, qualified mechanic.
    Consult 2~3 good mechanics and then tell that what do they suggest.
    One of the most difficult things in the world is to know how to do something, and to watch without comment, somebody else do it incorrectly.

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    Salam
    wat u need to do is first go to a mechanic who has got a scanner, thn at first ask him if he can reset the TPS( throttle position sensor) if tht doesnt help then get the rpm screw adjusted but thn again for accurate result u will need a scanner. hope it helps.

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