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yesterday was the first heavy rain in a while, i was driving on the freeway as it was raining then exited and came to a stop (idle at 800 rpm), i tried to crack the window for some fresh air (pressing down all four automatic window buttons, the idle went down to about 500-600 felt like the engine wanted to stall then bounced back up to 1000 then to 800, again i press down all four buttons and same thing happened. the engine never stalled completely. everything else worked ok (speakers, lights, etc. wasnt flickering) i drive a 08 sl manual. i have no clue what would be causing this, any thoughts or suggestions on what to do??? sorry for the long post.
 

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I've noticed that as well on my 07. I think it may have something to do with the alternator/ charging system.
 

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Yeah same here 09 sedan s I think it takes to much power to roll them all down for the small motor lol, I used to have a 97 kia sopeia (sp) with the 1.8 and if I used the blower motor at idle it would drop rpms.
 

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Yeah same here 09 sedan s I think it takes to much power to roll them all down for the small motor lol, I used to have a 97 kia sopeia (sp) with the 1.8 and if I used the blower motor at idle it would drop rpms.
 

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Sorry about the double post my phone wasn't working right
 

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I never thought about opening all 4 windows at the same time until now...

I guess mine does it too. I usually open one window at a time so it doesn't affect me :shrug: I'm guessing it is normal to stall at idle when opening all 4 windows at the same time
 

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I notice mine when sitting at a light, rolling one window up or down will do it, not while driving though
 
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