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Old 28 Mar 2005, 01:01 pm
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Default Idling problem with my 94 civic

Ive been having an idling problem with my 94 civic ex. For a while Ive
noticed that when I drive my car when its not warmed up, and Iím
idling, the rpmís increase and then decrease for about 5-6 seconds.
Then after my cars warmed up, the idle fluctuation stops.

However, now my car seems to be idle-fluctuating when my car is warmed
up, but its a little less suttle, but its still fluctuating. What is
the cause of this? Anything serious?

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