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Old post, ok, but here is the answer, asked zillion times.
on all cars, and is the answer.
drive it, and it (ECU/PCM) and it will learn idle.

if car was parked for a long time.
then the ISC is stuck open. clean the ISC>

Posted on Sep 15, 2013

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