Thanks for the quick reply!Go under the dash to the clutch pedal. There are two plugs on the clutch switch. Remove the clear one and put a 5amp blade fuse in it. This jumps it out, like having the clutch pedal pressed in all the time.
This is a temp fix, but hopefully solves the 2k hanging idle.
From here, I would troubleshoot the wiring from the NGS to the ECU. It’s pin 30 and pin 46.
Rather than pull the ECU. With the car off, stick a digital multimeter into the above clear plug on each pin and check for continuity as you move the shifter from gear to nuetral.
With the trans in neutral I'm getting 0 volts, with it in gear it read 4.89 volts.
Putting a fuse in the clear connector did not change the idle characteristics at all, still idles at 2k with the clutch out.
So the problem likely in the wiring of that clear connector somewhere between the connector and the ecu?