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99 Breeze rpm's shoot up in Park and Neutral

The car drives fine, but the rpms shoot up tp 2.5 rpm when in park and in neutral. Car is very loud and shutters when it shut's off

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It most likely has a fuel delivery problem. I had the same issue on a 1987 Honda Civic and required a complete cleaning and adjustment of the carburetors at the dealership. After that the car was fine.
If yours is fuel injected, try getting the fuel lines cleaned out professionally.

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