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idle problem

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by jdmdb2, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. jdmdb2

    jdmdb2 New Member

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    i have a 93 integra gsr that will not idle. the idle goes from 1600 to 3000 rpm. if you unplug the IACV it will run at 1200 rpm and stay their. so i replaced the IACV and still have this problem any one else had this problem or know what else could cause this? also i have put 2 different tps on as well to see if they had anything to do with it.
     
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    jdmdb2 New Member

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    oh yea forgot it has a b16a in it not the b17 not much different and also has skunk2 stage one cams
     
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    HATCHET_HONDA scottie fizzle

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    hmmm... air in the coolant system? check the fluid level, had this problem on my ef. whenever the coolant was low it would idle up and down
     
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    Did you get this problem fixed? I have the same problem but the galloping idle occurs when the engine is warm so I don't think it's the FITV. I was running the vehicle on the old F22 ECM for awhile but this loping problem didn't start until I put the H22 injectors/ECM in. I have two H22 ECMs and it does this on each.

    Whiskey Tango Fox if you please?

    Bob
     
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    I have a D16y7 block and D16y8 head and Intake Manifold...the ECU is a p28...when changing the head gasket, I thoroughly cleaned the IM and surrounding parts with degreaser and brake cleaner...when i removed the Intake Control Valve, i noticed that the screen in the ICV was really clogged, so i cleaned it out and reinstalled the ICV...after the head job was done, the motor runs good, but the rpms at idle go up and down between 1500 and 2000...when I unplug the ICV and run the motor the rpms are steady but at about 1400...WHAT IS GOING ON?
     
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    HATCHET_HONDA scottie fizzle

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    could be alot of things really... usually is either a vaccum leak or air bubbles in the coolant. which was the problem on my ef
     
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    i have that same stupid problem with my b20 vtec, its got a 98 block with a 200sir head, i tried everything i could to fix it but the only way i got it to stabilize was to disconnect the vaccum line to the fuel pressure reg.

    i cleaned the iacv, put a brand new one on, checked vaccum leaks, checked bubbles in coolant, nothing fxed it.

    what is going on?
     
  9. orangemanja

    orangemanja 99exturbob16aswap

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    Same problem

    Im having the same problem on my 99ex with a turbo b16a2 swap. It idles up and down from about 1200rpm to around 2000rpm after the engine is warm. I also replaced the iacv with no luck. Did you guys figure yous out
     
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    I'm going to try the link at the top and clean the Fast Idle Thermo Valve...I'll post tomorrow with the results
     
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    Tomorrow will be an obamanation and we'll never hear back.
     
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