Question about 1996 Honda Accord
Usually, my idle speed is around 800 rpms, but today i observed that it had gone down to roughly 250 rpms, i haven't done anything to the car, what could cause this and/or how can i fix it or make it better???
You may want to check your Throttle body position sensor (TPS), and/or, the idle air sensor. This is the most common cause, and in some cases, if your car is acting funny more than at just idle, your Mass airflow sensor (MAF) could be fouling.
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