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Old 30 Jun 2008, 06:46 pm
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Default idles so fast it changes gears

I have a 91 Honda Civic. After I have been driving around for about 15 min my honda idles really high. It's almost like someone is pushing the gas pedal and giving it gas. It makes it hard to stop at times. Feels like I have one foot on the gas and one on the brake (I don't). Also I can idle up to 25 or 30 mph. Like in a parking lot, I won't give it any gas and it will idle fast enough to shift up to second gear and sometimes even to third. I know this can't be good for the car. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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