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    #1
    high idling and low idling, what's the difference?

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    #2
    ???

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    #3
    are you referring to the causes of idling problems???

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    #4
    i dont get it..

  5. Join Date
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    #5
    yung isa, mataas ang idling. yung pangalawa, mababa idling... hehehehe.

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    #6
    baka tinatanong nyo yung effect ng bawat isa. hula ko lang. heheh.

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    #7
    hehe anong prize?

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    #8
    Uhmmm... spelling? :P

    To determine whether your idle is high or low depends also on what the standard idle setting of your car/engine is. Usually, a gasoline sedan would have a idle setting of 850-950rpm.

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    #9
    di ko ma-getz yung kwestyon...

  10. FrankDrebin Guest
    #10
    Let's Tagalize it!!! :D

    Mataas ang minor at mababa ang minor, ano ang pagkakaiba?

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just want to know the difference...