2010 corolla S low/rough idle

Asked by Aug 11, 2017 at 09:05 AM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I changed the alternator in the car yesterday, and
for some reason after reconnecting the battery and
buttoning everything up it now has a rough idle.
Does anyone have any idea where to start first?

3 Answers

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Perhaps you left something "unbuttoned". Go back over your work.

Yeah grounds. Or you broke a wier look at your work and what ever u moved out the way look around ur work u might brook a vacume hose or ground ner ur work ..my advice ..look thier

If nothing os broke or a vacuum then u my have to relearn throttle boddy prsegers ..ether or cuse u had battrey un hooked it my be that u need to gest my guess to u but looke around your work. Ferst and make sher u check carefully

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