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Old 11 Jan 2011, 03:25 pm
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I had this issue w/ my civic a couple of months ago, but since then, its stopped....until this morning. I had replaced my d16y8 motor for a d15b. the only thing they say that they changed was the head. they didnt change anything else. a couple of days after driving w/ the new motor, my rpm would jump up and down between 1 and 2. this would happen when i'd take off from a complete stop or if im going really slow in 2nd or 3rd. and when i'd shift, the car would kinda jerk a lil when i let go of the clutch. when i took it in the 1st time to get checked, i believe the guy may have adjusted the throttle cable. im saying that i think he did that bc he'd adjust, then come back in the car, check the rpm, turn on the ac, then go out and ajust it again. and back n forth til it stopped. since then, it was working fine. it was going on 3 months now without the problem. and now its back. idk whats going on. can someone please give me a clue. I've also considered the iac valve. but it looks good. please please please help. im not a pro
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