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Idles rough when ac is off when turned on idles fine sounds like a bad miss

I have a 1995 honda accord when you start the car it will idle rough but you turn on the ac and it is fine , could this be a dirty throttle body and IAC valve.

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  • ccfd_3565 Aug 07, 2008

    have a 1995 honda acccord car runs rough at an idle untill you turn ac on then smooths out could this be a dirty throttle body and IAC valve?

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When the ac compressor starts the diesel flow will be reduced and so the pick up will be reduced so that the car will be tuned

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