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Old 06-08-2016, 07:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default rpm drop too low after repalce battery

first it was battery died and i can't find a battery replacement immediately,
shop were closed.
my dash board display become wierd
so i left my car battery disconnected situation for more 15 hours before replacing a new one

after i reconnect battery
car start well, but now have new problem...
the rpm drop too low (below 600) at the "very moment" i stop my car,
but it turn back to 700 rpm after 1~2 seconds.

what should i do ?

MASTER RESET ? re TUNNING ?

anybody could advise me?
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Just drive it - because if the battery replacement the ECU has forgotten it's settings and has to "re-learn" them, it should be fine after a day or two.
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Yeah just drive it around your suburb. I find that it is easier to use the manual setting for this to maintain enough revs. Avoid major roads because you can stall suddenly.
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