Greetings to all fellow corolla owners here,
Before the throttle body cleaning, my 2001 Toyota Corolla LE with 94,500 miles used to start really easy in the morning. Upon starting the engine when it's cold, it would idle at ~1,500 rpm until the engine warms. When the engine is all warm up from driving it, the rpm would lower to ~ 650 rpm.
After the throttle body cleaning, the engine seems harder to start in the morning. And the biggest difference is that the rpm would be at ~900 rpm instead of the normal 1,500 rpm like it used to be.
I have since driven the car for over 50 miles on the freeway thinking that would clear out all the throttle body cleaner fluid/residue. The car drives and accelerates fine. It just that it doesn't start as easy in the morning and the rpm is too low for a cold engine.
Does anyone know what could be the problem? Could I spray too much throttle body cleaner fluid and that could foul up the sparks plug, IAC or something else?
Thanks for all the help!