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Old 04-22-2019, 04:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello Guys, I got a Grand Vitara everytime I change the battery, the car shake a lot in idle, about 650 to 700, when I turn on AC, it goes up to 800, but still having some shakiness...

how is the idle relearn procedure??? or it will adjust while I drive the car across the days??
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Hello Guys, I got a Grand Vitara everytime I change the battery, the car shake a lot in idle, about 650 to 700, when I turn on AC, it goes up to 800, but still having some shakiness...

how is the idle relearn procedure??? or it will adjust while I drive the car across the days??
it will correct itself given time, but correct procedure is....

disconnect battery for 15 mins
reconnect
DO NOT TOUCH ANY PEDALS
key to ign on, (as in all idiot lights on) wait 40 seconds
start car
drive.
Won't be perfect running, idle will be close to 750 rpm ish but will get better as fuel trims sort themselves out over the next 10 or so trips.


The bigger question is why are you changing the battery all the time?
I average 4-5 years out of a battery here. You are not doing the car any favours changing it all the time as every time you do it has to start at the default ECM values and relearn all the ABS sensor offsets, ESP and yaw sensor calibrations, steering angle sensor and fuel trims.
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it will correct itself given time, but correct procedure is....

disconnect battery for 15 mins
reconnect
DO NOT TOUCH ANY PEDALS
key to ign on, (as in all idiot lights on) wait 40 seconds
start car
drive.
Won't be perfect running, idle will be close to 750 rpm ish but will get better as fuel trims sort themselves out over the next 10 or so trips.


The bigger question is why are you changing the battery all the time?
I average 4-5 years out of a battery here. You are not doing the car any favours changing it all the time as every time you do it has to start at the default ECM values and relearn all the ABS sensor offsets, ESP and yaw sensor calibrations, steering angle sensor and fuel trims.
Ohhh My bad, I expressed myself bad... I do change battery around 3 to 4 years here... so we are good, but anytime I do an electrical upgrade, I have to disconnect it... and when I connect it back, it happens the shaky thing once again...

The car corrects themself after week and half of driving... but.. I was wondering if its normal procedure, or do I have to help it out by doing the relearn procedure as you mentioned above =)
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Ohhh My bad, I expressed myself bad... I do change battery around 3 to 4 years here... so we are good, but anytime I do an electrical upgrade, I have to disconnect it... and when I connect it back, it happens the shaky thing once again...

The car corrects themself after week and half of driving... but.. I was wondering if its normal procedure, or do I have to help it out by doing the relearn procedure as you mentioned above =)
ahh, ok. Yep as you have found, it will self correct, but the "re-learn" makes it a bit easier and faster.
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