Ill give you the whole run down first. 93 civic B18C GSR full bolt ons, its been in the car for about 4-5 years so its not a recent swap. Story: So i was driving it one day and notice that my tach wasent reading right (really was 3000rpms but said 1700 rpms), car still ran fine but has a small stall at 6k nothing big it just felt like i let off a bit then got back into it at 6200 and pulled fine all the way to 8k. I had a lifetime warranty on a re-man dizzy so it wasent a big deal to go get another one. I drove the car for a few months like that just cause it was not causing problems just driving normal, i finally get around to switching the dizzy out, drove the car to the auto parts store (need i remind you its driving perfectly at this point beside the tach miss reading) anyways i take my old dizzy off, in this order i pull stuff off... Intake (whale penis gets in the way) set it on top of my intake mani, take dizzy cap off WITH wires still in the same position, un-plug the two connectors, un -bolt dizzy, un-screw dizzy rotor, take it inside for the core, get a "new" re-man dizzy put rotor back on, turn dizzy till falls easily into place bolt down in roughly the same position, plug in, put cap back on with the wires still on the cap. Tried to start it and nothing......maybe i got it 180ed, check it and i did not have it 180ed it was right, took it off and went inside got my old dizzy, put it on and it would start and idle at like ~400, if i gave it any throttle it would rev up to like ~700 and bog and die. At this point i can not drive the car, even if i tried it would not rev over 700. so i went and bought a new dizzy and the same thing. It threw code 3 and 10 IAT and MAP, i figure it was cause its idling soo low, but its weird it wont always throw throw those code just randomly. ive wiggled some wires on the map and it made the idle change for a split second. i have a video, its a cell vid but a vid none the less. In the video i start the car let it idle then try and hit the throttle and it tries to die, i did the same thing when i was under the hood at the end i hold the throttle about 1/16 - 1/8 open then it dies. civicidle.mp4 video by GTRB18 - Photobucket Any help would be great, ive tried to not leave out any thing so it can help with figuring this out.