Throttle body relearn

I had my throttle body changed about 3 days ago and after all unhooking battery nd reset computer still high idle and revving.Can Anyone help

My car has 108892 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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Hi There,
As you may know, the new throttle body installed in your engine needs to go through a "re-learning" process with the ECU to bring the idle back down. Try doing the following which should bring the idle back down to a normal operating level:

1) Start the engine and let it idle in park for 3 minutes. During that period the idle may be higher idle than normal.
2) After 3 minutes, turn the engine off and leave it off for 60- seconds.
3) Start the engine again and let it idle in park for 3 minutes one more time. During these run periods you may see a check engine light. If you have access to a scanner, scan for codes and if you get throttle body related codes, clear them.
4) If the idle speed is still off, drive the vehicle at speeds above 45-mph and operate several acceleration and deceleration cycles. Then repeat step #3 one last time.

This should bring your idle back down to normal. Should you need further help with this, please reach out to us here at YourMechanic to schedule an appointment to have one of our qualified mechanics come to your location to take a look at your vehicle.

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If you`re replacing the throttle body or reattaching it after cleaning, you`ll need to do a throttle relearn procedure.
Step 1: After you finish cleaning your throttle body, start the car and let it idle for four minutes. The RPMs might be high at first but should gradually settle down as the ECU absorbs the data. Step 2: Turn off the car for 90 seconds. Then, turn it back on and allow it to idle for another four minutes.
Disconnect the idle air adjustment valve by locating and disengaging the electronic connector that holds it to the throttle body. Turn the idle screw to adjust the idle—turn the screw to the left to increase the RPM or to the right to lower it.
The vehicle may need to be driven for 10 miles (16 km) or more to relearn the idle and fuel trim strategy.
The easiest way to reset your throttle position sensor is to unhook the negative cable from your battery for up to five minutes or to remove the fuse for your engine control module.
In the event you are experiencing an erratic idle after loading a tune or after performing any action that clears KAM (Keep Alive Memory), an Idle Relearn can help you get back on track. The KAM or “Keep Alive Memory” is the memory that is stored in the powertrain control module (PCM).
Throttle position sensors are mounted to the side of the throttle plate and measure the position of the throttle — essentially, how far down the gas pedal is pressed.

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