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Old 04-30-2013, 08:29 PM
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Ok, so I put a new stereo in my car. I put 0 gauge from my alternator to my new battery terminal, and 0 gauge from my chassis to my battery terminal. I made a new wire go from the Fuse Relay to my new positive terminal. After all that the car started idling at high RPMs, and I changed the MAP sensor and the Throttle Position Sensor. Then I reset the computer, but nothing worked. Can anyone please help me fix this problem?
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Is your alternator charging at the correct voltage? After the new wiring install.

Check for vacuum leaks and loose hoses.
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Thanks. It was the correct voltage, but I figured out the problem was the throttle body duct not being fully sealed after it was put back in.
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