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After putting a new battery in the car i started the car and it has a low idle, did it mess up a sensor?

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Did you remove the air cleaner box to install a new battery?, if so check that you tightened the clamp back to the MASS sensor, this will cause that problem

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near the throttle body part there is a electronic idle control valve either this control valve is defect or there is a leak between the body and the valve.

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i also had this problem. on my car it was my vacuum lines were off. when i put them back on it was just fine.

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SOURCE: car idles up and down, and also stalls

EGR valve and evp sensor controls idle. Replace both it should fix the idle problem

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: idle to low

The idle is electronic, possible causes of this could be the idle air control valve, mass air flow sensor, and air hose from filter. You can verify if there are any leaks in your filter housing with a visual inspection, you can also remove the mass air flow sensor very easily and see if it is clogged with dirt.

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SOURCE: put no new head car want start changed cam sensor

check your timming and make sure belt was installed correctly

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