Question about 1995 Honda Accord
After starting the car (manual shift) you have to keep holding the gas in order for it to stay running otherwise the idle itself will not keep the vehicle running. Then, once you are about your way, the vehicle will die again when you have to shift to nuetral when coming to a stop (again dying when no gas is being applied. Any ideas on what this problem stems from?
Sound like a clogged or defective IAC. (Idle Air Control) It's usually part of the throttle body assembly. It can be removed and the passage ways cleaned out with old fashion carburetor spray cleaner. If that doesn't help you may try replacing the IAC to see if that solves the problem.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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