Cold start idle should be around 13-1500 rpm. It should be
gradually coming down to normal idle over about 90 seceonds.
If this is a war/hot start condition, you may have a vacuum
leak or the IAC needs attention. Another item that can
influence idle is the TPS which can be flaky w/o setting a
code. The TPS is where I would look if you are having
throttle control abnormalities when driving.
In my Ford Taurus(1999) I have noticed that over the years everytime the
battry is about to go the wipers comes on all by itself, is this normal?
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Windows Vista wasn't out then. However, the New Jersey Transit and NYC's
Subway and Bus ticket systems are powered by Windows (I think Windows 2k
on the client computers, not sure about the server computers).
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