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Engine idles rough after replacing battery

Replaced battery - engine runs rough - engine warning light comes on

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I do not believe the two are closely related but try disconnecting the battery and reconnecting it again. Only the negative side. also check for a loos connection.

Posted on May 07, 2015

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