Hi guys, I hope you and your lovely Clios are doing well. While getting a performance map fine tuned for my Clio R27, I was told by the tuners (Ktec Racing) that my data logs show that the car is running with a high manifold pressure at idle. They asked me to check the cam timing. I spoke to the Renault workshop in Dubai, they said its impossible for this to be due bad cam timing but are willing to check (diagnosis will take time and cost $$). Google says it could be due to: Leaking intake manifolds downstream of the throttle valve (e.g. due to defective intake manifold gaskets, hoses, etc.) Defective engine exhaust valves/hoses Leaking brake boosters Leakages in the vacuum system (e.g. vacuum-operated actuators, brake boosters, lines, etc.) Defective EGR valves (permanently open) Defective idling actuators Idling status of the engine is not recognised by the control unit (defective throttle potentiometer, throttle switch) Defective or dirty throttle valves Incorrect or faulty air filter inserts Carbon deposits or other blockages in the intake manifold I recently installed a (slightly used) Ktec Air Intake kit on the car - I believe the issue is possibly due to a leak in the intake hose. Has anybody dealt with this issue before? Thank you.