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Old 29 Dec 2012, 05:46 am
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Default Rpms in between shifts drop slowly.wuts the issue?

On my 94 civic vx while shifting the rpms take a a good at least 5 seconds to drop back to normal.also happens after giving the car gas at neutral after the car has been warmed up.iv already cleaned out the iacv and throttle body.could the tps cause this sort of issue? Or cud it be something else im missing?
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Old 29 Dec 2012, 06:01 am
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Is your throttle physically coming back to the original position? It could be just throttle linkage. If it was IACV, your problem would be that it doesn't boost the engine speed when cold. I don't think a scan would turn up any issue.
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