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post #1 of 8 Old 09-26-2009, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Something Weird...

Ok so i noticed something weird about my V this morning getting off work.
I put the car in park and the rpm's for idle went down to about 900rpm's
but then i hit my window switch to roll them up and i held it even though they were closed and then the rpm's went down to about 400 or 500 rpm's?
anyone ever noticed this before?

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I've never really looked at the RPMS when opening/closing the windows.
I'll have to try it out later!



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you should!

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i noticed that a long time ago, does it also seem like the car is hesitating? the best way to see this happen is roll up all the windows at the same time....
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blip the throttle while while you roll up the windows. Its robbing voltage and causing the idle to dip happens in my se-r all the time.




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What 2dr-sentra said. It's common on most vehicles fitted with lekky windows.
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ok thanks yall...
just something i noticed and i kinda got freaked about it.

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lol i got manual windows but i kinda wanna see this... oh the power of the 1.8... lol

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