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Replace TPI, throttle position indicator, or mass air flow sensor

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Honda crx with auto transmission idles roughly in drive or reverse. AC on makes it worse.


There are two coolant lines that connect to this Honda IAC to help quiet the operation of the valve. The part number for a OBDI 1992-1995 Honda Civic Idle Air Controller is 36450-P28-A01. While the OBDII version of this valve is 36450-P2J-J01, and the two units are very similar in design and execution. The EACV or Electronic Air Control Valve is a big part of maintaining your Honda Civic idle. If you've checked your IAC and your Honda still suffers from a surging idle, check your FITV. This Honda Idle Air Controller or IAC is under the throttle body and incorporates into the throttle body passages o locate your Fast Idle Thermo Valve, remove the intake snorkel and locate the FITV beneath your throttle body opening. If your SOHC engine is still having problems, check our guides above on how to check your FITV as well as your IAC. To check this operation, remove your air intake pipe and use your fingers to plug the passages in the lower left hand corner of your throttle body opening. If your idle surge does not go away, unplug your Idle Air Control valve and if that stops your idle surge, your IACV must be replaced. Follow our instructions on how to replace your Honda Civic Idle Air Control Valve. Need to raise your Honda Civic idle or having problems maintaining idle? You can adjust the base idle by unscrewing or screwing in the Idle screw on your throttle body. This screw allows air to bleed into the passages on the backside of your throttle body, as shown above. To learn how to adjust Honda Civic idle speed, you will not need to remove anything. With a standard screwdriver, simply locate your throttle body and Idle screw.

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Why does my 1997 honda civic surge at idle


Idle air control. Its what meters the air at idle. They just get worn out and can't find where they want to be for the specific rpm the computer is looking for. Replace it.

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I have a 99 civic 4 door and the engine surges at idle


hot engine or cold, or both???????????????????
surging or hunting idle is complex but for sure the ECU has lost control of idle speed , there are 2 macro reasons, (vast causes)
1: ISC is stuck (in non SAE terms, the idle speed control valve ) is stuck.
2: engine is missing cause the ISC to GO NUTS trying to control
idle and can not.. the 50 reasons, , have list ask.
we do tests to find out if either or both the above are bad.
do you want tests, or guessing>???

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High rpm honda civic 96


-Possibly bend throttle cable. If not then back up the idle screw to normal RPM.

Mai

Apr 13, 2013 | 1996 Honda Civic

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Have 1988 honda civic that is surgeing while in park


The surging is related to your Idle Air Control Valve (IACV), it adjusts idle based on coolant temperature, your coolant could be low or your IACV could be bad.

Jun 20, 2010 | 1998 Honda Civic

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92 honda accord surges or idles high


Have you install a timing belt recently? If you get it off a tooth it will idle high and surge

Aug 21, 2009 | 1998 Honda Civic

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96 honda civic d17 non v tech, stalls out at idle, can you set timing or idle speed or what?


Sounds like you may have a bad (IAC) IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE.It controls how much air the motor gets at idle.hope this helps !

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Idle surging


Consider replacing the rotary idle air control valve, and clean your throttle body.

Feb 21, 2009 | 1998 Honda Civic

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I have a 91' honda civic hatchback and it starts idle surging.


Check and make sure your coolant level is up. If it's up, your idle air control valve is faulty or your cold start solenoid isn't working anymore. Both are activated by the engine water temp.

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Surging


ck the coolant level if this is ok then its the idle air control valve

Nov 14, 2008 | 1998 Honda Civic

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