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A number of issues could be possible.. vacuum leak (check all hoses) failing MAF sensor ..any codes?
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Honda Accord PCM location
If you pull down the carpet on the passenger front floor area, it's in the center "hump" area behind the radin console mounted to the floor.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Well I know that on some vehicles, a vacuum leak will cause this. Since you have a vacuum line going into the brake booster and you might need to remove it to get the the Master Cylinder, it could have cracked, broke, or got pulled out and not back in. A vacuum leak will will result in un-metered air,so now you have a lean mix in the intake. The O2 Sensor will sense this after the burn and try to compensate to bring the emissions back into spec. The computer will try to adjust the RPM to see if it can get it under control. Once it does it relaxes thinking the problem is solved, RPMs drop and it tries to compensate again.
Check for a Vacuum leak, thats my recommendation.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
It seems to be clutch problem.
There is a way to slightly adjust the idle,on the front of the throttle body where the intake boot is bolted on,abovt the boot and slightly to the left you will see a hole about 1/2 inch wide and it is plugged with grey epoxy like material. Using a flat head screw driver scrape the epoxy out of the hole and there is a flathead adjustment screw. You can adjust the idle up and down just a few hundred rpm. Hope this helps and let me know if there is any more direction you need.
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Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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