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My idle in natural won't stay in one spot. It idled from 1.5 to1 Rome constantly. Any salutations?

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  • collisburger Apr 12, 2011

    That website is just a site of parts anyway u can be more specifics?

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Try to reset your valves to specs... I find in many Honda's I work on that people think they can adjust there valves because they make a tapping noise.... If your car ran fine then this happened you can check under the throttle body directly under neath there will be two 10 mm bolt on the bottom inside there will be a plastic screw make sure it is all the way in sometimes they loosen up..... when that happens runs fine cold then the erratic idle begins when warmed up..... hope I was able to help.... :)

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