Question about Honda Civic
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It can be a faulty sensor somewhere or a disconnected vacuum hoses. If the vacuum hoses looks fine the it can be a faulty sensor. I strongly suggest that you take it in to a reputable shop to run an engine scan. During the diagnostic it will list the trouble codes and by then you'll know what part needs replacement. This is wiser than taking a wild guess on what to replace.
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