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Old 16 Apr 2008, 11:03 pm
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Default 1990 Honda Accord engine revving

Son has a 90 Accord. He was changing his air intake back to the original and when he started the car it immediately revved up to 6000 rpm. I looked at all the wiring and the electrical connections and found nothing wrong. When I put a jumper wire on the ECU connection, there was no codes. The light did not blink. WHat can be causing thie engine to immediately rev up and how would I test it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. The aftermarket repair manual is useless on this.
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