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Replaced the battery in my doscover 2003 model and am now getting rough idling

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Check that the earth cable from the battery to the car body has a good conection, these are very prone to tearing away from the body. ensure the connections are tight on the battery and on the car body, there is also a second main earth from the gearbox mount.

hope that helps
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Dan

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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