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    Default RPM problem with my City 2004 iDSI

    Hi I have a City 2004 iDSI manual without CNG and i am having a problem:

    The RPM used to be at 800 at idling, but some how it has changed to 1000 without any reason. what could p[ossibly be causing that and how can it be brought back????
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    get the throtle body serviced
    nothing to worry about
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    spray little wd40 on throtle body, it might do a trick
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    it can be the air getting in from some unwanted place. check air filter fitting, air pipes, throttle body and idling speed valve.
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