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RPM is not stable.

I have a honda civic esi. The problem is when I turn on the aircon and after several minutes, around 30 minutes, the RPM gets unstable. Its like "coughing". This happens when the car is not running. Meaning Im not stepping on the gas pedal.. Hope you can solve this annoying problem. Thanks!

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Adjust the idling of the engine that you can find in the back of the engine a little higher than the idling when your ac is on. same problem I encounter before with my Honda civic sedan '94.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

Adjust the RPM of the engine when the aircon is off that match the RPM of the engine when the aircon is on but not too much.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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