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Why is my 1992 honda accord ex adleing up and down when the car is in park

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Your idle air control valve is probably bad. That's what causes a high-low-high idle on Honda vehicles.

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If it does that when the engine is warmed up (full operating temp.) it may be you iac valve, or your fast idle valve. They get gummed up. It also could be your PVC valve, but probably not.:

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My 1992 Honda Accord LX is having problems with the RPM increasing with in idle or in park. How can I dianose this problem and what would I need to do to correct it? Trouble in Santa Fe Springs


I had a 1992 Accord EX wagon that used to do the same thing. The idle would fluctuate up and down. Especially in the morning it sucked. I later found out after I had got rid of it was that the problem was probably the- EACV. I think it stands for the electronic air control valve. you can look it up. It's easy to fix. The part is pretty cheap. you might even be able to find one at the junkyard or at the dealer.

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