Question about 1995 Honda Civic
Man it's normal that when u turn on the A/C then the idle will drop and but it will turn off cause the A/C load and the other accesories consume higher power than the power from idle so u need to less the load applied on the engine by turning off any auxiliary electronics when u want to use the A/C like xenon lights but if u only turn hte A/C and u have this problem then u need to increase the idle to prevent turning off of the engine
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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