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Anyone else out there with a MT experience this? When up-shifting, the rpms go up after letting up on the gas pedal with the clutch depressed. I have owned at least 5 other mt cars and driven dozens of others and never experienced this before. Could it possibly be some sort of pollution control setting to not let the rpms suddenly decrease, which would release un-burned fuel? This does not occur during down-shifting. What could this be?
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You answered your own question. Perfectly normal, they all do it. It's to stop a hydrocarbon spike upon a sudden closed throttle position. (like shifting) Got to love fly by wire huh? :lol: you'll get used to it. :cheers:
 

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Thanks guys. I did a search on RPM, but came up empty handed. I guess I should have used lower case!
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crazy huh? in my initial toyota satisfaction survey this issue is the one i made a stink about. emissions. they ain't gonna change it.
 
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