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Old 02-18-2006, 03:32 AM
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Default RE: 91 Honda Accord EX, Engine Reving issue

remove the top cover of the fast idle valve.. screw in the inner valve with a flat tip screwdriver ..

make sure you got planty of coolant. ,,, make sure accell cable is not too tight ..make sure the adjustment screw at throttle body is not backing out ...
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Old 02-18-2006, 09:21 AM
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yea desert is talking about the electronic air control valve the (EACV). this valve controls how much 'extra' air is thrown into the manifold, which is then read by the MAP sensor which chooses how much fuel needs to be thrown on the fire. when this sensor goes bad it will cause what your talking about. i didnt know it could be adjusted...but if desert says it can be then listen to him. the sensor is located on the intake manifold. its located at the side of the intake chamber or plunum, and is very easily accesible
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:54 PM
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yea desert is talking about the electronic air control valve the (EACV). this valve controls how much 'extra' air is thrown into the manifold, which is then read by the MAP sensor which chooses how much fuel needs to be thrown on the fire. when this sensor goes bad it will cause what your talking about. i didnt know it could be adjusted...but if desert says it can be then listen to him. the sensor is located on the intake manifold. its located at the side of the intake chamber or plunum, and is very easily accesible
I am Not talking about the EACV valve.....
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huh which one are you talking about? i feel pretty stupid now
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your not talking about the sensor just to the right of the throttle body that points to the front of the car?
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still the same problem as before...what desert was talking about
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