Question about 2003 Toyota Camry
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Most likely, your car's computer has 'lost' its basic idle parameters. This can happen when the battery goes dead, the battery is replaced, or the battery cables are removed from the battery.
The good news here is that there is nothing really wrong.
All you need to do is drive the car, hit passing gear a few times, pull off, let it idle, do some start-stop driving, and withing 10 miles the idle parameters will be reset
We have to do this drive-cycle every time we disconnect or change a battery in our shop..
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Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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