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How do you adjust the idle on a 2006 honda element?

My element does not want to start and it will die when i am driving and engage the clutch without giving it any gas. I think it is the idle because it wants to hover around 600 rpm; however, when it drops to 400-500 the motor dies.

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Is there any white smoke coming out the exhaust? Sounds like the same problem my friend had when he warped his head on his 91 civic. Any overheating at all? Otherwise another guess would be maybe a bad catalitic converter that clogged up. Hope this helps any, good luck

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Your problem is related to the idle-up which kicks in when your a/c switches on.

Have this checked by an a/c technician.

Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Honda civic vti 1994 clutch pedal adjustment

you mite have 2 change your pressure plate. unless its ran by fluid.

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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