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The RPMS on my honda civic are running high when the car is being driven

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    failed smog due to high rpm

  • ToriIllinois Jan 20, 2009

    I'm having the same problem right now. It jumps even when I'm not driving. If the car is on, its doing it. I had it checked today and apparently the throddle (spelling?) body needs replaced and the only place to get the part is through Honda.. I haven't checked yet but the place I went told me the part can cost between 500 and 800 dollars.

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Do you mean while your giving it throttle the revs go up and the car doesn't go anywhere.

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