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RPM's are jumping around at high sppeds

I have a 1993 Honda Accord Anniversary Edition. We had oil in the spark plugs so we changed the valvue cover and spark plug gaskets and seals, put in new spark plugs and spark plug wires. Still when we are at a stop the engine idols slow and the check engine light comes on. Then the other day going down the freeway at about 60 and 3000 rpm the rpms started to bounce up and down eratically. The check engine light is still a code 6, which is a temp. sensor, but the sensor is testing good. We have two questions. First any idea on what the problem could be and second how do we clear any stored codes.

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  • pggauron Sep 12, 2009

    Now the car will start only after it has sat for 5 minutes.....

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You can clear codes by uncoupling the negative battery cable for thirty seconds

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  • cheryl powers Sep 16, 2009

    The temp sending unit directs the throttle position sensor to put the choke on or not. If the choke is on and not on your RPMS will jump. This could be caused by a bad thermostat, air in the coolant system [some Hondas have a bleeder valve], or a bad throttle position sensor. I would start by changing the thermostat. They are inexpensive and relatively easy to replace. you will find it in a housing where the top radiator hose meets the engine. Remove the bolts, lift off the cap of the housing. Remove the thermostat, be sure to remove any gasket material. Install the new thermostat and gasket, making sure that it is not upside down. If you don't know which way is up, ask the person at the auto parts store. The bleeder valve is usually on the engine block on the top. Reconnect the top hose and fill the coolant bottle with a 50/50 solution of the reccomended coolant to the cold level on the cars coolant container. Make sure the radiator and coolant bottle caps are on and tight. Start the car and wait until the coolant starts to ciculate, open the bleeder valve, watch for air to bubble out. When the air has stopped, close the valve and shut the car off. Carefully fill the coolant bottle to the hot level and you will be done. If you dont' want to do this first have someone test the TPS and go from there

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