Question about Honda Prelude
A vacuum leak either from a hose or the intake rubber tube running to the throttle body. Any air that enter's the engine other than the throttle body, will cause this condition. This is the best case scenario, worst case would be an intake gasket.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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