Question about Toyota Corolla
It seems like a vaccum leak. It is not unusual that a vacuum line gets disconnected accidentally when the pluggs are changed.
If this is your case, the Check Engine light should be ON. I would take the vehicle to the shop where service was performed and explained them the problem, they should make the proper adjustments free of charge. Or, you can take your vehicle to an AutoZone or an AutoParts store and have them read the Vehicle Computer, (this is a free service for their customers), then with a print out of the Trouble Codes and they description go to the Service Shop.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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