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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by riceburner89, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. riceburner89

    riceburner89 Banned

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    Ok its really wierd what happnd. i have a b16a SIR 2 in my 95 coupe..

    i SOMETIMES get a idle that goes from 1k to like 1,200

    sometimes it only last for a couple revs.. and sometimes it will keep going..

    **THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN ALL THE TIME!**


    and it only happnds when i come to a stop...

    any ideas wat u guys think this can be?
     
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    rainer1386 New Member

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    does it do it when your a/c is off? cuz mine does that when i stop and the a/c is running but stops revving when i turn it off.
     
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    CivicCrush New Member

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    check your iac valve or fast idle
     
  5. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    that or its a possible vacuum leak
     
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    not all the time...i knew i kid that had a vaccuum leak in his integra and it revved from 1k to 3-4k and back down..and it just kept doing it
     
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    norcalgsr Honda Master Technician

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    Definitely not a vacuum leak.. I would check out the IACV and bleed your cooling system as well to make sure there's no air trapped in the system.
     
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