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How do you raise the idle on a 1993 Honda Accord LX?

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2008-12-01 21:22:03
2008-12-01 21:22:03

its a small hidden screw on the side of the throttle body, open the hood and look in the back of the engine compartment, on the left a couple of tubes come out, behind them is a hole that should have a rubber plug. Pull out the plug and you'll see a flat head screw; turn it to adjust the Idle speed to the specified rpms.

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