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I have a 1997 honda accord, everything was fine until yesterday when I noticed my car was running 2700 rpms doing 55, 60 mph. Is there an easy fix for this, is this a common problem?

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Do you have overdrive turned off

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How much is the Idle Air control valve?

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Did you reset the ECU after changing the sensor? If not you need to (procedure in 2nd pic below), that way the fuel trims are reset and the ECU can re-learn the Short term and Long term fuel trims. this could be the cause of the difference in MPGs.

An O2 sensor will have no effect on RPMs/MPH. the only thing i can think of that would effect this besides changing gear ratios, would be changing the overall diameter of your tires or possibly a slipping clutch.

Check the codes on the ECU. here is the procedure:

(CLICK PICTURES FOR FULL SIZE)
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Check all fuses first. Let me know what you find out.

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You will need to replace the (IAC) idle air control valve. Click on the link below to view tha part you will need:

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 honda

on all four wheels their will be a sensor and 'sensing' plate. First step is to clean these all up with a parts cleaner, and try again. If one of the sensors cant pick up a signal from the plate, then this will cause a fault. If no luck, inspect the wiring to and from the sensors, for obvious damage/short circuits. Hopefully this would have sorted it, otherwise their could be a faulty abs sensor

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