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Turn on aircon my idle down zero.

My honda sedan 1993 every time i turn on my aircon my idle going down after that if i stop or use my clutch my idle going to zero the car turn off.My idle wen cold is 1500 then after that down to 1000.please help me with my problem.

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  • arnel_bartol Mar 09, 2009

    it didn't locking up,i ask a mechanic he said that there is a problem with my idle air control valve(IACV).Is this true? what is the function of IACV?



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Yes there could be a problem with the IAV valve. What happen's is the screen get's clogged up with carbon all you need to do is pull the valve off and clean the screen see if that help's.

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Check air cond. pump to ensure it is not locking up when engaged (when pump clutch engages) likely is pump issue

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