After putting a new battery in my 2006 Toyota Corolla S, the idle/engine seems too high. Is this normal?
Immediately after putting a new battery in my 2006 Toyota Corolla S, I notice that the car seems to vibrate. I'm guessing that the idle/engine is vibrating at too high of a speed. Should I be concerned about this? If you know what i should do, please help.
What I do know is that when you put a new battery in your Corolla, there is nothing that needs to be re-programmed, only the clock. A new battery and good to go, so it's not that. But yes, a vibration is not normal, and should be checked.
A new battery put out more power than an old one so your idle is going to be a little high
Check this article out if you get a chance http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/132-9th-generation- 2003-2008/356110-2004-corolla-l4-1-8l-1zz-fe-rough- idle-after-battery-change.html
clean the throttle body. that should take care of it
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