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    2015 VW Golf 7 R - increase Idle speed by more than 50

    Hello!

    I own a 2015 VW Golf 7R and after installing the engine and transmission mounts from a tuning company the car vibrates badly at idle in D.
    For this reason I would like to increase the idle RPM value from 700 RPMs to around 900 RPMs.

    I used the VCDS - Idle correction - adaptation parameter from the Engine, but it only allows me to increase it by 50 RPMs.

    Kindly ask you to please let me know how may I be able to increase it more?
    For example 150 RPMs added?

    Thank you!

    Engine Autoscan indicated below:

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    Address 01: Engine (J623-CJXC) Labels:. 06K-907-425-V1.clb
    Part No SW: 5G0 906 259 F HW: 06K 907 425 B
    Component: 2.0l R4 TFSI H13 0002
    Revision: --H13---
    Coding: 092500122466050B3004
    Shop #: WSC 01357 011 00200
    ASAM Dataset: EV_ECM20TFS0205G0906259F 001004
    ROD: EV_ECM20TFS0205G0906259F.rod
    VCID: 313C1C4961A1210F757-8064

    No fault code found.
    Readiness: 0010 0001

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    I guess this can't be done using VCDS, but as the car is tuned, maybe the tuner is able to optimize the idle rpm.
    Normally they are able to do this task. Just ask them to fix your vibration problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBAx View Post
    I guess this can't be done using VCDS, but as the car is tuned, maybe the tuner is able to optimize the idle rpm.
    Normally they are able to do this task. Just ask them to fix your vibration problem.
    Thank you! I just did this.
    But my appointment is a noticeable amount of time from today, and I would like to do it via VCDS if there is a way to increase it by more than 50 RPMs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 320i24vv View Post
    Thank you! I just did this.
    But my appointment is a noticeable amount of time from today, and I would like to do it via VCDS if there is a way to increase it by more than 50 RPMs.
    I doubt it. VCDS can only work within the limits allowed by the firmware in the ECU.

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    Update: asked my tuner for help. Received an ECU software update that set the idle speed to 950 RPMs and allows me + / - 250 RPMs adjustment.
    Currently I run the idle engine speed in Drive at 1100 RPMs, identical to the idle engine speed from Sport mode, this way making sure that I have no vibrations in the car due to the upgraded engine and transmission mounts.
    I solved the issue. Thank you!

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    Can you tell me how you did that? I want to do the reverse. Change idle speed in Sport to the same as Drive.

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