Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
Well hopefully you didn't do any damage to the computer but there is an adaptive relearn procedure that your vehicle will go through. Some vehicles are worse than others. I'm not sure how long you have been trying to run the vehicle but it does take a little time for your vehicle to learn its idle. You may also want to have any codes pulled from your vehicle that most auto parts stores will do for free. You may have done a little damage since you did blow that fuse cause evidently you shorted something when replacing the battery. One other thing is that you may want to clean the throttle plate on the vehicle. If there was a lot of carbon build up your throttle plate may be open a bit and it doesn't want to learn its idle because the throttle position sensor thinks its off.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I changed the battery and
At a guess, I'd say that you have got the new battery in back to front. This means that you are hooking the earth wires to the Positive side of the battery.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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