It may have lost it is idle memory when the battery was disconnected. This sometimes happens with computer cars.
(We are guessing it all went back together correctly-if not, this below is not the answer!)
Eventually it will relearn on its own,
You may be able to make it 'learn' faster.
I am more into older vehicles and the computer stuff just is not my thing!
There maybe a better way than this, if you do some searching, At the top of our page, in the search box, install "Idle Relearn" that may help or the owner's manual, or the WEB.
The method I was taught to use is:
Find a sort of level stretch of road, that is sparsely traveled
We do not want a car on our butt while doing this!
Get your baby up to 60-65 MPH
Remove your feet from all of the pedals! (Leave it in gear)
Let it coast down to nothingness (until you have to finally keep it from stalling)
That is it!
(see why you do not want company behind you?)
Did the clutch feller observe the situation? If this is not helping, maybe he can recheck his work, electrical connections/ vacuum connections he may have disconnected or accidentally pulled loose.
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Saturday, April 8th, 2017 AT 6:25 PM