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600 miles with engine at operating temperature -- feels like a cylinder is dropping out at idle.
My dealer claims they have no tech info for this vehicle yet and they will call me for an appt. as soon as they get their sercive manuals.!!! ?
 

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TTigger said:
Anyone Else ???
600 miles with engine at operating temperature -- feels like a cylinder is dropping out at idle.
My dealer claims they have no tech info for this vehicle yet and they will call me for an appt. as soon as they get their sercive manuals.!!! :?
I agree, I have a rough idle also. But I am waiting until I hit the magical 500 miles to change out the dino oil for tri-sync Mobil 1 and a K&N Oil Filter before taking it in.
 

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Yeah, I got 1450 miles and feel the same thing. I don't want to say it's missing, but it almost feels like a lighter version of it? (if that makes any sense?) I thought it was just me, but I guess its not. Not sure what it could be. A foul plug? I run 92 or 93 octane and the oil was changed at 1400 miles with Mobil 1.
 

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Owners manual recommends Mobil 1 synthetic. I wonder if they come from the factory with synthetic in them?
Yes, I firmly believe when I changed my oil last weekend that it was indeed synthetic. Synthetic oil has a comletly different body than conventional oil.
 

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Mine's not having any problem, I've got 1600 miles on it. Might just need some more miles on it. The service manuals are out, I've got one. Tell your dealer to order it, and they should have it in a week.
 

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Is manual hard copy or CD ?

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Mine's not having any problem, I've got 1600 miles on it. Might just need some more miles on it. The service manuals are out, I've got one. Tell your dealer to order it, and they should have it in a week.
 

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For reference:

I've had my oil changed with 10w30 Mobil 1 synthetic. Also, I run 93 octane from BP (Amoco ultimate.)


One more thing. Rough idle can be attribituted to a bad MAP sensor or MAF. Everyone keep an eye on both of those parts.....
 

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I think we're getting our panties all bunched up over nothing here. EFI engines don't always immediately adapt to fast changes in weather and driving habits. A little rough idle once in a while is no big deal. If it idles rough all the time there's probably a problem. Be patient. Is the engine light on? No? Is the car still performing well? Yes? Don't sweat it! Drive and be happy!
 

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Mike B. said:
I think we're getting our panties all bunched up over nothing here. EFI engines don't always immediately adapt to fast changes in weather and driving habits. A little rough idle once in a while is no big deal. If it idles rough all the time there's probably a problem. Be patient. Is the engine light on? No? Is the car still performing well? Yes? Don't sweat it! Drive and be happy!
Mike, I am totally agreeing in the statement but 'WHERE IN THE HELL IS THE LSD UNIT?" LOL
 

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Mike B. said:
I think we're getting our panties all bunched up over nothing here. EFI engines don't always immediately adapt to fast changes in weather and driving habits. A little rough idle once in a while is no big deal. If it idles rough all the time there's probably a problem. Be patient. Is the engine light on? No? Is the car still performing well? Yes? Don't sweat it! Drive and be happy!
Thank you.
 
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