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Old 08 Jul 2011, 08:42 pm
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Default 1989 honda accord idling problems

Hi. I just bought my first car a 1989 Honda accord for 200$. Its been a great car so far but a couple of weeks ago i started it up and it was idling very high and slightly missing, and continues to miss at idle even after it warns up. When I go down the road or hit the gas in park it wont miss at all, only when idling. Vacuum lines look great. I would just like to know what else would cause this. I don't really want to tear down the carb unless i really have to.
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