Right now (I assume I need to get her tuned up in the next few days to improve this a touch and stop the slight chugging at idle) it sits at about 700-750. This is a good question, or leads to one...What should the idle be on a '92 318I? I thought most would be about the same, but thought I'd ask.
Originally posted by 2.link@Sep 3 2004, 05:55 AM You put your needle on at the wrong place, take apart your gauges again and make sure to put it back on correctly. I think that this should fix your problem.
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