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If the only thing they've done is the idle re-learn, then you got ripped-off big time, as it only cost 10 bucks to do so at any dealer and takes about 15 minutes!!

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Date Registered: 04-2005
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aargh my xtrail is today suffering fromt the same problem.. actually since Monday but did my wife think to tell me noooooo emoticon

the thing is it came about just afer i did a service on sunday (oil change, clean and oil k&n)... could it be related to the k&n?

Is it ok to drive the car while it is doing this?

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Depends how much oil they put on the K&N, as it is usually advisable to leave the K&N dry overnight before installation so any excess oil won't find its way to the throttle body. Open the filter box and see if there are signs of oil there, if there is, take it back to the dealer and ask them to clean the throttle body.

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Date Registered: 04-2005
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ok will take it down next week.

I just oiled the filter as per the k&n instructions, and put it in, but the car wasn't driven until a day later.

hopefully wont be too hard to fix!

is it possible to clean the throttle body and related sensors yourself or is it a dealer job? car is out of warranty so no problems with voiding it!

might get my butterfly screws fixed up and the cat converter recall actioned.

thanks for the help

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Yes, you can clean the TB yourself. Just search the forum for the TB cleaner and how to do it.

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ok well it's fixed.. jsut needed an idle air relearn apprently.. which I tried but must have done something wrong in the sequence.. tried it about 10 times. oh well, got heaps of other little things fixed, drives like a new car now! emoticon
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Good news. To be honest, I couldn't do the idle re-learn myself no matter how many times I tried. I reckon it needs a stop watch to get the timing right to the second. I prefer to pay my local dealer $10 and get it done emoticon

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Also took me about 4 or 5 times to get it right myself but when you do it is easy to tell it is going as the engine slowly lowers the revs until almost stalling and then picks up again.

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Date Registered: 04-2009
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I've tried the TPS relearn etc as per [sign in to see URL]


My Exy still idles around 1000rpm warm.

Might have to take it to a dealer to have them do it.

I presume it's still around $10 to have them do it. Do you usually have to 'book' in for this sort of thing?

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The dealer I go to at Rockdale didn't require any booking to do the idle re-learn and it can be done while you're waiting.

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