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1995 honda accord lx2.2l, unsteady idle

While in nuetal rpm's will fluctuate between 500 and 2000 rpm's sometimes. car shudders like it wants to die when rpm's get arround 500. Otherwise car runs good, but problem getting worse. I was thing it might be a sensor, but which one?

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I had this problem once my friend and local mechanic said it was a bad/old distributor cap i replaced it and the problem went right away.

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