high idling on my camry '97 4 cylinder. what could be the problem? cold starts at 1800 rpm & stays
high idle is normal and should gradually come down as the water temperature rises. If it stays high, then the Idle Air Control (IAC) valve is stuck or defective. To clean it, refer my article
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