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    Default whats function of the button "idle up" in toyota surf?

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    I'd call it an electronically actuating 'choke', because it functions in quite a similar fashion as that of a usual choke, but by the press of a button rather than by pulling a knob..

    What it actually does is to rev the engine a bit (idle it up), so that in winters after a cold start, the optimal operating temperature of the engine could be achieved quickly...

    this is what I believe the function it serves...
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    agreed with true eye. And it works only when the car is in P (Park).

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    Totally Right...........
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