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Sensor Problem RPM gage bounces up and down from 1000 to 2000 when in park. Has Engine check light and tcs lights on. Already replaced the Idle Gear Sensor valve but did not work. Not the Throttle Positing Sensor Problem either. Do not know what is the problem with it ?

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1. bring to mechanic
2. ask the mechanic to adjust the intake from the throttle body (it's like adjusting the istributor cap)
3. adjust until it goes back to normal

had the same problem early march '08

hope it helps.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

I had a 2002 accord that did the exactly same thing, tried everything to find fault and spent quite a bit of money on mechanics looking at it. The fault was eventually traced to a faulty co2 sensor. This may not be your problem on your car but no harm in checking, good luck.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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