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Old 04-14-2020, 06:49 PM   #1
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Small bog on startup

Hey friends, not sure if this is an issue worth posting about but more of a conscious thing.

Usually after ive driven enough for it to warm up, stop somewhere, and go to start again theres a small bog where the rpmís drop to about 500 and theres a small grinding noise (not terrible, more like a rattle) then goes back to normal. Iíve had good luck with starting it, most starts are very strong and start normally.

Not sure what the issue could be, couldnít find any similar issues here.

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Old 04-14-2020, 09:20 PM   #2
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Honestly, this can be anything.

The AC compressor can make the car bog. I had a similar issue with a dirty Idle Control Valve. When my AC would kick in the car would bog. I would have to give extra gas pedal when engaging the clutch.

I replaced the ICV and car idle way better and doesn't bog so drastically.
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Old 04-19-2020, 01:26 AM   #3
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Honestly, this can be anything.

The AC compressor can make the car bog. I had a similar issue with a dirty Idle Control Valve. When my AC would kick in the car would bog. I would have to give extra gas pedal when engaging the clutch.

I replaced the ICV and car idle way better and doesn't bog so drastically.

I will look into that because that seems to be the case when the air it turning on and when its done it goes back to normal. Thanks.

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