i change my battery on my honda 2007 SE 2.4 L the car it was 5 hours without it i need to do the idle relearn rev the car for 3000 rpm and let idle for 5 min or star the car and let idle for 10 min wi

Asked by Mar 23, 2015 at 10:57 PM about the 2007 Honda Accord Special Edition

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We can probably help you out if we know exactly what your problem is. This is more of a jumbled up statement than a question. Please try asking a question that makes sense and we can help you out. In general, for most cars, you need to use the vehicle for about 30 minutes after it has been without power, so that the computer can run all sensors through a series of actions to make sure all input systems are working so the car will then run properly. In general, drive the car onto a highway, hold speed steady at 55 MPH, drive it about 25 miles, decelerate at an exit ramp, as long as possible before using the brakes. Drive a bit then park the car and turn it off for about a minute or so. Restart the car, get back on the highway and return home, doing the same as you did before. That should have the car run long enough for the PC & sensors to all work together. If the car still isn't running as it should, just be patient and use it as you normally would for a day or 2 and it should be ok.

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