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Old 02-01-2020, 07:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question How to measure exhaust gases at increased idle speed?

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I have a problem with my Fisker Karma with the legally required 2-year special emissions test. They want to measure the exhaust gases at an increased idle running of approx. 2000 rpm. How can I bring my Fisker to a higher idle running while stationary? When I press the accelerator pedal in gear N, the engine speed does not increase.

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You can only do it with the Fisker scan tool unfortunately no other way. Putting it in D in sport mode hold brake pedal and quickly mash accelerator pedal will manually start engine but only base idle.
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You can only do it with the Fisker scan tool unfortunately no other way. Putting it in D in sport mode hold brake pedal and quickly mash accelerator pedal will manually start engine but only base idle.
I thought opening and closing the gas cap cover would run up the engine to pretty high RPM until the engine warmed up. Would that not work for this?
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Yes good thought @Fabulist. Trip the fuel door and close it then cycle the ignition off until gear shifter is out this initiates a new drive cycle. Engine will come on and briefly run at 2000
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