2003 Audi 85



May, 16, 2012 AT 3:53 AM

At the risk of exposing my "Newbosity", I have to ask what the "high idle" is? I've seen people say "you should get the high idle kit" or "should I get the high idle kit?" What the heck is the high idle, is it a problem that needs fixed, is it a performance upgrade. Obviously it has something to do with the CTD's idleing higher but that's all the further I got on my own. I did many searches, and the only results I get are where people mentioned the high idle, but I couldn't find a good explaination of it. Could someone point me in the right direction? Moderator's, please put this in the appropriate place. If I knew what high idle was, I'd put it in the right place, but then again, there'd be no need for this thread at all. Thanks in advance.

3 Answers



May, 16, 2012 AT 4:24 AM

Why does this matter? Is there a problem?



May, 17, 2012 AT 1:56 AM

High idle is a feature that allows you to adjust your idle speed up and down, not just the stock 750or so rpm. Useful for quicker warm ups, running a pto, not letting it idle(which is really bad for the motor), etc.



May, 17, 2012 AT 2:16 AM

TO: freedom

Basically I am saying good luck on someone diagnosing your vehicle online and you should take it to the professionals,

What do think we do here? We're the experts for this website.I've been watching you guys come in and answer the questions then end up sending them to www. Xcardiag. Com what's the catch 22 here-advertising if so do you have authorization bcuz I'll been investigating it

Please login or register to post a reply.

Vacuum Leak Test and Repair - All Cars
 Step by Step video GMC Yukon XL 2000-2006
Code Read Retrieval/Clear Honda Civic
Code Read Retrieval/Clear Mercedes-Benz C230
How to gather codes Ford Explorer
How to read codes Chevrolet Blazer