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Old 11 Apr 2011, 02:31 pm
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Default my RPM on my honda civic del sol si keeps dropping to zero when on a stop or on the red light?

my RPM on my honda civic del sol si keeps dropping to zero when on a stop or on the red light?
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Old 11 Apr 2011, 02:46 pm
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When it drops to zero, does your motor turn off? or does it fluctuate? There could be a vacuum leak, or you might need a idle air control valve
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