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With no load on the engine, idle should be about 750~850RPM. With load (headlamps, defogger, AC on) it might rise a little to maybe 900~1000RPM.
Idle speed on modern engines is computer controlled. There isn't usually any way for you to manually adjust it.

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I've never needed to alter the idle speed on my 2009 i10 but this model has a throttle cable so it is possible that there may be a screw adjustment onto a stop bracket (as in the good old days)
 

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I've never needed to alter the idle speed on my 2009 i10 but this model has a throttle cable so it is possible that there may be a screw adjustment onto a stop bracket (as in the good old days)
If you adjust the cable to increase the idle speed the engine control computer will use the idle control actuator to slow it back down again. The computer controls the idle speed and it needs to match what the computer is programmed for it to be for a given engine temperature. The only way to change that is to change the computer's programming.

Yeah, things were so much simpler back in the good old days.
 
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